Markets expect the Bank of England to raise interest rates by 75 basis points on Thursday, its biggest rise since 1989.
But economists believe policymakers will take a pessimistic tone in the future as the likelihood of a recession deepens.
With inflation in the UK rising to a 40-year high of 10.1 percent in September, the central bank is expected to raise its main lending rate for the eighth time in a row.
But weaker growth momentum and a major shift in fiscal policy are expected to ease calls for stronger monetary tightening.
New Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has rescinded the controversial tax cuts announced by his predecessor Liz Truss, meaning fiscal and monetary policy are no longer going in opposite directions.
Goldman Sachs on Monday cut its forecast for UK growth for 2023 from an annual negative rate of -1 percent to -1.4 percent.