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NASDAQ 10/21/2019 04:30
These concerns, coupled with the uncertain economic outlook, have led to an increased proportion of UK households expecting the Bank of England to cut interest rates," he added.
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Sky News (United Kingdom) 10/19/2019 22:21
Britain is neglecting deep problems with its economy because of its fixation with Brexit, former Bank of England governor Lord Mervyn King has told Sky News.
More from Sky News (United Kingdom): 10/18/2019 16:33
Asked if securing a Brexit transition meant the BoE would resume raising rates, Carney said: “Not necessarily.
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BOE's Carney says Johnson's Brexit deal 'net economic positive' - BBC reporter tweet.
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Financial Post (Canada) 10/18/2019 14:59
WASHINGTON — Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said on Friday he had not before seen the level of concern among global finance chiefs about barriers to trade that he has witnessed at this week’s International Monetary Fund meetings ...
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Weak fundamentals, cautious BoE may limit pound upside.
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MarketWatch 10/18/2019 03:15
The British pound was lower Friday, but losses were contained after interest-rate supportive comments from Bank of England Deputy Governor Dave Ramsden. In an interview with Bloomberg that published Friday, Ramsden said if Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal is approved by Parliament on Saturday, the central bank's guidance that says a clean exit from the EU means "limited and gradual" interest-rate hikes would apply. The pound surged Thursday on news that the EU and U.K. had agreed on a framework for a Brexit deal, but came off those gains. The pound last traded at $1.2866, off 0.2% against the dollar from a late-Thursday level of $1.2890 in North America. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets
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CNBC 10/16/2019 11:02
As big tech firms muscle into the financial world, the governor of the Bank of England says he sees little risk that central banks will be left behind by new technology.
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Guardian (United Kingdom) 10/15/2019 12:12
Mark Carney says capital markets are financing projects likely to fuel a catastrophic rise in global heating. The governor of the Bank of England has warned that the global financial system is backing carbon-producing projects that will raise the temperature of the planet by over 4C – more than double the pledge to limit increases to well below 2% contained in the Paris Agreement. In a stark warning over global heating, said the multitrillion-dollar international capital markets – where companies raise funds by selling shares and bonds to investors – is financing activities that would lift global temperatures to more than 4C above pre-industrial levels.
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SIFMA - SmartBrief 10/15/2019 08:46
The Bank of England might consider adjusting banks' capital buffers in the event of an economic downturn, Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe says.
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FP Trading Desk (Canada) 10/15/2019 06:25
LONDON — The escalation of trade conflict between the United States and China is "very worrisome" for the global outlook and it remains to be seen if it will tip the world economy into recession, Bank of England policymaker Donald Kohn said on Tuesday.
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