The Bank of England has warned that a sudden downgrade of corporate bonds, as seen in 2002 or 2008, could cause chaos in markets. New analysis of the bond market and asset managers’ dependency on it from
Mark Carney and all other senior bosses at the Bank of England have been given “inclusive leadership” training as the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street ramps up efforts to boost diversity. The Governor the
John McDonnell’s tough message likely to trip City alarm bells as party puts climate battle at heart of agenda UK companies failing to tackle climate change would be delisted from the London Stock Exchange
The redoubtable Mark Carney is finally coming to the end of his tenure. At times in the last few years, the man’s seemed like the only sane person walking the corridors of power. His time in office has
Newspaper columnists rarely miss an opportunity to write about subjects they find right under their noses. It cuts down on research and commonplace experiences resonate with readers. Expect a sprinkling
SHEFFIELD, England (Reuters) - Policymakers would be “deeply arrogant” to assume financial markets or other forecasters are definitely wrong about the outlook for interest rates or the broader economy,
The bookies’ favourite to be the next Bank of England governor has a stark message for the government and its efforts to strike a compromise Brexit deal: any agreement with Labour on a customs union will
The Bank of England’s failure to convince markets that UK interest rates are set to rise illustrates the acute challenges it faces in communicating policy, according to economists. Mark Carney, the BoE
The only reason economic activity has picked up in the US, eurozone and China is they dropped plans to raise rates The Bank of England governor Mark Carney must rank as one of Britain’s most popular policymakers.
Eventually he will be proved right. Unfortunately, it may be some while after he has left. For a long time now, Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, has been promising to get interest rates up.