The Bank of England just kept base rates at 5.25% for the fourth time in a row.
Inflation has dropped, but it's still far from where the Bank of England want it to be.
Why was this announcement met with so much nervous anticipation?
Rising interest rates are still a problem.
The Bank of England increased interest rates to 5.25%, up from 5%.
And the cost of borrowing could go higher still. Here's why.
Ministers are reportedly considering bringing Britain’s biggest water supplier into temporary public ownership as it struggles with a £14 billion debt pile.
The IMF says corporate profits are driving inflation in Europe – but UK economists think pay rises for workers are the problem.
Chancellor agrees plan with banks and building societies as soaring interest rates put household budgets under severe pressure.
Not everyone is convinced: "We basically have Kendall Roy as prime minister."