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Bank of England mulls negative interest rates

Bank of England mulls negative interest rates
The Bank of England is considering the “extraordinary” idea of negative interest rates as one of a number of radical policies to help return the UK to growth. Paul Tucker, deputy governor for financial stability, raised the possibility in front of MPs after saying the Bank could be doing more to help the economy. Negative interest rates ... Full story

Osborne vows to stick to Coalition’s economic plan despite loss of Britain’s triple A credit rating

Osborne vows to stick to Coalition's economic plan despite loss of Britain's triple A credit rating
George Osborne has vowed to stick to the Coalition’s economic plans even after Britain lost its cherished AAA credit rating amid concern about weak growth and rising debt. In a symbolic blow to the Government’s economic plans, Moody’s, one of the biggest global credit ratings agencies, downgraded Britain. The agency said it had acted because of “continuing ... Full story

Exports can lead UK back to growth, says BoE’s Martin Weale

Exports can lead UK back to growth, says BoE's Martin Weale
Britain’s manufacturers must start taking risks and investing in new export markets if they are to lead the country back to sustainable economic growth, a top Bank of England policymaker has declared. Martin Weale, a member of the Bank’s nine-strong rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee, claimed businesses have squandered four years in which the pound has been ... Full story

Government ‘could spend more without financial risk’

Government 'could spend more without financial risk’
The Government could fund a push for growth through infrastructure spending without damaging the public finances simply by moving its accounting practices into line with business, a Nobel prize-winning economist has claimed. Christopher Pissarides, a professor at the London School of Economics who jointly won the celebrated award in 2010, said the Government could avoid a ... Full story

Sir Mervyn King says abandoning inflation target would be ‘irresponsible’

Sir Mervyn King says abandoning inflation target would be 'irresponsible'
Abandoning inflation targeting in Britain would be “irresponsible” and risk a return to the high inflation of the 1970s warned Sir Mervyn King, in what appeared to be a veiled criticism of his successor Mark Carney and the Chancellor. In one of his last speeches as governor of the Bank of England before he steps down ... Full story

More targeted measures than QE needed to drive growth

More targeted measures than QE needed to drive growth
Money printing has “limited influence” on growth and more radical measures are needed to stimulate the economy, the newest member of the Bank of England’s rate-setting committee has warned. Ian McCafferty, who joined the Monetary Policy Committee in September, said quantitative easing is no longer as effective as it was, and that any increase to the ... Full story

Mark Carney cleared of breaking rules on political impartiality

Mark Carney cleared of breaking rules on political impartiality
Mark Carney, the future Governor of the Bank of England, has been accused of breaching rules of political impartiality at the Bank of Canada. The Governor of the Bank of Canada was referred to his internal general counsel after details emerged of a family holiday at the home of Liberal MP, Scott Brison. The reports, published The ... Full story

S&P threatens UK rating downgrade

S&P threatens UK rating downgrade
Britain’s gold-plated sovereign credit rating has suffered another blow after Standard & Poor’s became the third major agency to downgrade the outlook to “negative”. The change means there is a “one-in-three chance that we could lower the ratings in the next two years”, S&P said. Moody's and Fitch already have the UK on “negative outlook” and ... Full story

Mark Carney hints at need for radical action to boost ailing economies

Mark Carney hints at need for radical action to boost ailing economies
Mark Carney, the incoming Governor of the Bank of England, has suggested abandoning inflation targeting to rescue ailing economies in a speech that rewrote the central banking rulebook. Mr Carney, the current Bank of Canada governor who takes over from Sir Mervyn King next June, said central bankers should consider committing to low interest rates until ... Full story

New Bank of England Governor Mark Carney comes to UK for ‘greatest of challenges’

New Bank of England Governor Mark Carney comes to UK for 'greatest of challenges'
The first foreigner to be appointed Governor of the Bank of England in its 318-year history said last night that he was “going to where the challenges are greatest”. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of Canada, will replace Sir Mervyn King next summer after the Chancellor decided against another British candidate for the role. Mr ... Full story

Bank slashes growth forecast and warns over ‘slow’ recovery

Bank slashes growth forecast and warns over 'slow' recovery
The economy will not recover its pre-recession peak for another three years as Britain faces a “period of persistently low growth” and sticky inflation, the Bank of England warned in its most pessimistic outlook since the financial crisis. The Bank slashed its growth forecast for 2013 and cautioned that the economy may contract again in the ... Full story
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