LONDON (Reuters) – More than a third of Britons think interest rates will rise in the next 12 months, a survey showed on Sunday, suggesting the Bank of England's first attempt to ease concern over higher rates ahead has had little effect beyond financial markets. The bank and its new governor, Mark Carney, will have to hope for more success with their next try – likely to come in more detailed form in early August – as they work to encourage consumers to spend more and spur economic growth. …
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