Brexit will contribute to uncertainty that will damage growth prospects, the world's largest asset manager has said
The reaction to whatever the Bank does with interest rates will be more interesting than the decision itself
The cut seems likely to come in July or August
The Governor's remarks have been taken as a sign that interest rates will be slashed ths summer as a result of the Brexit result
NS&I has lost touch with today’s savers… but doesn’t seem to care, says David Prosser
Traders say an interest rate hike by the American central bank is now 'off the table'
The high street market is not working because people, despite their dissatisfaction, are more likely to leave their spouses than their banks.
Bank's Governor Mark Carney raises prospect of "technical recession" for UK
A 35-year-old needs to invest £125,000 to earn a pension of £35,000 when the interest rate is 5 per cent. If it's 2 per cent, they'll need to save £400,000
If even the governor of the Bank of England can misread markets, what hope is there for the rest of us?
Simon Read vows to continue to tilt at the corporate giants and attempt to make them play fair with us
The bank also cut the deposit rate facility to -0.4 per cent
Credit card firms continue to try to direct customers towards interest-free deals, meaning that some of the more versatile cards are often overlooked
The price of gold has rocketed 20 per cent, according to the World Gold Council. Rob Griffin sees how to share in the spoils
Although wages have edged higher, the economy is short of reaching the Bank of England’s criteria for rate rises
But, like all things, bear markets must pass, whereas low interest rates may be with us for quite a while