STIMULATING DISCUSSION: Minutes of their last meeting showed Bank of England rate-setters were divided about injecting another 50 billion pounds ($79 billion) into the economy. Two members argued for a bigger stimulus.
MORE TO COME? The disclosure stoked speculation that the Bank is not done with pumping more money into the ailing British economy.
INFLATION INFLUENCE: How policy develops could hinge on how far inflation falls from the current annual rate of 3.6 percent. The Bank wants to keep it around 2 percent and thinks that price pressures will ease in coming months.