The Bank of England Governor said it was ‘a much better balance’ for governments around the world to support growth through spending, rather than relying on monetary stimulus from central banks
Mark Carney said “the Brexit journey is really just beginning”, with “twists and turns” to come.
The Bank upgraded its 2017 GDP growth forecast to 2 per cent, up from 1.4 per cent in November.
In its latest Inflation Report the Bank upgraded its 2017 GDP growth forecast to 2 per cent, up from 1.4 per cent in November
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The Independent talks to the distinguished economist as he steps down from the Treasury's fiscal watchdog-cum-forecaster
A quarter of consumers expect to see a rise in their wealth in 2017, compared to 21 per cent who thought so last year
The Governor said that if the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee had not reduced the cost of borrowing by 0.25 per cent last August a quarter of a million UK jobs would have been lost due to lower growth
Bank of England chief economist says pain has been delayed rather than avoided
The Royal Mint prepares to roll out more than a billion 12-sided £1 coins
Credit rose by a further £1.9bn in the month, taking the 12 month growth rate to 10.8 per cent.
A parliamentary inquiry has been launched into the impact of the Bank of England's ultra-low interest rates and quantitative easing policies since 2008
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Governor of the Bank of England warns government and industry must do their part to spur growth and ensure prosperity equally distributed to counter rising tide of insecurity and anxiety
‘Has monetary policy robbed savers to pay borrowers? In a word no,’ said the Governor in a speech in Liverpool
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