A fifth of the world's gold is hidden under London, worth an estimated £172 billion ($248 billion).
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Bank says looming referendum is already having a negative effect on the economy
An unexpected upturn in the cost of living won’t change historically low interest rates anytime soon
MPC rate-setter Martin Weale does not rule out move but is wary of side-effects
Of course, if Mr Carney had been taking dictation from Downing Street that would, indeed, be a disgrace. But there’s no evidence of this
Boris Johnson's decision to support the leave campaign came ahead of a slump in the pound to seven-year lows in February
Carney said that there would be likely be "issues with financial stability" if the UK voted to leave the EU
Financial systems need overhaul to avoid repeat of 2008, says former Governor of BoE
The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has wrapped the knuckles of the leaders of the G20 for failing to deliver on their recent promises to boost growth.
Although wages have edged higher, the economy is short of reaching the Bank of England’s criteria for rate rises
The dip in the economy after 2008 was not nearly as serious as in the 1890s or 1930s, but the bounce-back has been slower
Huge chunks of money would suddenly drop out of circulation into thin air and the consequences would be catastrophic: cash machines and debit cards would all stop working, threatening the entire financial system with collapse
Wages for those still in employment had grown around 7 per cent in the UK in the past two years
The Bank of England voted to keep rates on hold at their record low of 0.5%