Critics re-evaluate the ‘rock-star central banker’
What would happen in an independent Scotland?
Bank of England governor says Scotland would have to cede some sovereignty
DAVOS, Switzerland – Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said Friday that super-low U.K interest rates would remain in place for a while yet as he effectively scrapped the monetary
There is evidence the policy works, says George Osborne
LONDON – Britain’s unemployment rate has dropped sharply to 7.1 per cent in the three months ending in November, edging closer to the point at which the Bank of England
LONDON – The Bank of England has decided to leave interest rates steady amid growing signs that Britain’s economy is on the mend.
Policymakers kept rates at a record low
LONDON – Bank of England governor Mark Carney said unemployment in Britain is falling faster than anticipated, raising speculation in the markets that interest rates may start rising sooner than
LONDON – Bank of England policymakers agreed at their last meeting that the British economy does not need a further stimulus following signs of improvement.
Minutes to the Sept. 5
Not at all the incurably optimistic central banker Canadians know
LONDON – The Bank of England’s new Gov. Mark Carney sought to spur Britain’s sluggish recovery Wednesday when he said the central bank will not consider raising its record low
Tying interest rates to the jobless rate is tougher in Britain
Mark Carney barely settled in at his new job as the governor of the Bank of England before causing a big stir.
Mark Carney may be the highest paid central banker in the world with a salary of $1.4 million, the first-ever non-Briton to run the Bank of England in its 319-year
LONDON – The Bank of England has opted against pumping more money into the British economy.
The decision Thursday by the central bank’s main policymaking body had been widely expected.
The Bank of England is floating the idea of a negative interest rate
LONDON – Top officials in the Bank of England expressed growing concern over Britain’s economy and came closer to backing another monetary stimulus in a move that piled further pressure