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Carney just be PM? Firms rank Bank governor ahead of ministers on Brexit

carney just be pm? firms rank bank governor ahead of ministers on brexit
Business leaders have more confidence in Mark Carney to deliver a positive result on Brexit than Theresa May’s government… despite the fact the Bank of England governor is not involved in..
City A.M.

Mark Carney re-examines the tea leaves

Mark Carney’s economic forecasting record is hardly stellar. It;’s possible he is too pessimistic about the outlook. The post Mark Carney re-examines the tea leaves was first published on..
MoneyWeek

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News video: Brexit weighs on UK economy

Brexit weighs on UK economy 00:55

Interest rates in the UK have again been kept at their record low level of 0.25 percent. The Bank of England also cut its forecast for growth and wages, saying the impact of Brexit has dampened..
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News video: BOE leaves rates on hold, but hints at 2018 rise

BOE leaves rates on hold, but hints at 2018 rise 01:45

The Bank of England keeps interest rates at a record low again and cuts its forecasts for growth and wages as Brexit weighs on the economy. But as Ivor Bennett reports, Governor Mark Carney says it..
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News video: Carney's Opening Statement at BOE News Conference

Carney's Opening Statement at BOE News Conference 08:23

Aug.03 -- The Bank of England kept the key interest rate at 0.25 percent and said that weaker consumer spending has dragged on growth. BOE Governor Mark Carney gave his opening statement at a news..
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News video: BOE's Carney Says Pound Drop Has Squeezed Incomes

BOE's Carney Says Pound Drop Has Squeezed Incomes 02:28

Aug.03 -- Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said the drop in the pound has squeezed real incomes. He spoke at a news conference in London following publication of the central bank's quarterly..
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News video: First strike at Bank of England for 50 years

First strike at Bank of England for 50 years 00:48

Staff strike at the Bank of England over pay, highlighting growing pressure on the government to lift a cap on public-sector wages. Lucy Fielder reports.
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Nightmare on Threadneedle Street: Charlie Bean relives 2007 credit crunch

nightmare on threadneedle street: charlie bean relives 2007 credit crunch
In the latter half of 2007, the Bank of England’s chief economist and executive director Sir Charlie Bean was hopeful that difficulties facing the economy would be over by Christmas. Ten years on..
City A.M.

Why it could be last chance to grab a cheap mortgage

why it could be last chance to grab a cheap mortgage
Last week Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank, signalled that the base rate could rise to 0.5 per cent by next summer before reaching 1 per cent or higher by mid-2020.
MailOnline

Manufacturers are boosting business output back to growth

manufacturers are boosting business output back to growth
British factories are providing a glimmer of hope amid the UK's gloomy economic outlook, with one closely-watched survey expecting the sector to propel business output back into growth. After a..
City A.M.

Spending stalls: people spent less for the third consecutive month in July

spending stalls: people spent less for the third consecutive month in july
Rising prices and stagnant wage growth meant that spending across the UK dropped for the third month in a row in July. It’s the first time since February 2013 that spending has fallen for three..
City A.M.

Government to publish proposals for smooth Brexit transition

government to publish proposals for smooth brexit transition
The government is set to publish a "position paper", staking out the UK's desire for a smooth transition in leaving Europe. Senior government officials said plans have been sent to Theresa May's..
City A.M.

Former BoE chief Mervyn King: The UK needs a Brexit backup plan

former boe chief mervyn king: the uk needs a brexit backup plan
The UK needs a "credible fallback" in the event that Brexit negotiations end with no deal, former Bank of England governor Mervyn King has said. The former governor, who headed up the central bank..
City A.M.

Car sales down in July as consumer confidence weakens

car sales down in july as consumer confidence weakens
UK car sales were down in July, as squeezed consumers held back on big-ticket purchases. Private of new cars fell 6.6 per cent on the year last month, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers..
City A.M.

Bank of England's Ben Broadbent: The UK is at the "maximum rate of pain"

bank of england's ben broadbent: the uk is at the "maximum rate of pain"
The UK is currently experiencing “about the maximum rate of pain” from rising inflation, according to the Bank of England’s deputy governor, with the possibility of a rate rise further down the..
City A.M.

Bank of England's Carney signals interest rates will rise

bank of england's carney signals interest rates will rise
Governor Mark Carney (pictured) signalled interest rates could hit one per cent by mid-2020. It would add £56.19 a month to the mortgage repayments on a typical £150,000 home.
MailOnline

Business backs Philip Hammond's vision for a transitional deal

business backs philip hammond's vision for a transitional deal
Business leaders have thrown their weight behind a Brexit transitional deal which mirrors the vision set out by chancellor Philip Hammond. In a report today, the Institute of Directors (IoD)..
City A.M.

ALEX BRUMMER: Carney plays hardball with interest rates

alex brummer: carney plays hardball with interest rates
Growth forecasts for this year and next may modestly have been pared but BofE governor Mark Carney plainly thinks Brexit has done permanent damage to business investment.
MailOnline

Carney: The UK's financial sector could double in size in 25 years

carney: the uk's financial sector could double in size in 25 years
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England (BoE), believes the UK's financial sector could double in size within the next 25 years. In comments made to the Guardian on 10 July and published..
City A.M. Also reported by •BBC News

Brexit uncertainty is holding back investment, Mark Carney warns

Bank of England cuts growth forecasts and leaves interest rates unchanged
FT.com

Brexit transition deal important to avoid economic harm says Mark Carney

brexit transition deal important to avoid economic harm says mark carney
A Brexit transition deal that reduces access to the customs union and the Single Market will harm the British economy, according to Bank of England governor Mark Carney. The Bank of England today..
City A.M.

Mark Carney says public sector pay restraint 'understandable' amid Bank of England strike


Telegraph.co.uk

Carney: Households have cut back since Brexit

carney: households have cut back since brexit
A year on from the Brexit vote households have cut spending - slowing the economy - says Bank of England's Mark Carney.
BBC News

Brexit uncertainty is dragging the UK economy down and people's wages with it, says Mark Carney

The Bank of England Governor said the economy is slowing because households and businesses are not spending as much
Independent

Sterling hovers near 10-month high ahead of Bank of England rates decision

sterling hovers near 10-month high ahead of bank of england rates decision
Sterling was flat this morning ahead of the Bank of England's interest rates decision after last night hitting levels not seen since mid-September last year. Yesterday evening sterling rose as high..
City A.M.


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