Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne will skip a gathering of global central bankers and finance ministers so they can be in London for the results of the Scottish independence vote. With polls ... BusinessWeek, 1 week ago
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George Osborne and Bank of England governor Mark Carney have pulled out of next week's G20 talks in Australia so they can be in the UK for the Scottish referendum result. The two men had been due to attend the meeting of G20 finance ministers ...ITV.com, 1 week ago Osborne cancels G20 talks visit MSN UK, 1 week ago Osborne And Carney Are Staying In UK For Scottish Independence Referendum Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago #IndyRef Has Just Ruined Osborne And Carney's Trip To Australia Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago
Summary Bank of England Governor Mark Carney insists an independent Scotland would not be entitled to use sterling, without substantial reserves, as its currency. All major banks and other financial institutions threaten to move their headquarters ...Seeking Alpha, 1 week ago Can Scotland keep the pound? Don't count on it, Mark Carney says CBC, 1 week ago Mark Carney says Scottish independence 'incompatible' with keeping pound read comments CBC, 1 week ago Carney warns Scotland over pound BBC, 1 week ago
Mark Carney's history is catching up with him. Having watched Quebec's attempt to break away from his native Canada in 1995 while working at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in London, the Bank of England governor now finds himself in the thick of a ...BusinessWeek, 1 week ago Carney Steering BOE in Scots Vote as Quebec Casts Shadow Bloomberg, 1 week ago Goldman Sachs : Carney Steering BOE in Scots Vote as Quebec Casts Shadow 4 Traders, 1 week ago Carney Steers BOE in Scots Vote as Quebec History Casts Shadow GARP, 1 week ago
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(For more on Scotland's referendum, click here.) Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Mark Carney said an independent Scotland might need to build up reserves totaling more than the size of the nation's economy if it tries to keep using sterling. With two ...La Repubblica, 1 week ago Extra reserves required: Carney MSN UK, 1 week ago Carney Says Scotland Credibility Hinges on Reserves Buildup BusinessWeek, 1 week ago How Scotland can avoid a credit crunch BBC, 6 days ago
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Mark Carney warned TUC delegates today that interest rates will rise before inflation-proof pay increases. Photograph: SuzanneBig News Network, 1 week ago Mark Carney at Congress 2014: When will Britain get a pay rise? Trades Union Congress, 1 week ago Carney: British Workers 'Deserve' Pay Rise Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago Carney: Higher Pay Rewards Are 'Deserved' Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has served notice that Britain's interest rates could start rising next spring. In a speech delivered Tuesday to U.K. trade unions, Carney said there was no firm timetable for rate hikes, but he expects the bank ...CBC, 1 week ago Mark Carney: UK Has Opportunity For Higher Employment Than Before Financial Crisis International Business Times UK, 1 week ago Mark Carney signals U.K. interest rates to rise by spring Yahoo! Canada, 1 week ago
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With Bank of England Governor Mark Carney hinting this week at an interest rate rise next year, you could be forgiven for thinking that life for savers will dramatically improve. After all, interest rates have been at historic lows and are now set ...Motley Fool UK, 1 week ago
U.K. two-year government notes fell for the first time in three days as Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said officials may increase the benchmark interest rate next spring, damping demand for the nation's debt. Ten-year yields climbed as ...Bloomberg, 1 week ago UK 10-year gilt yield touches two-week high after Carney comments London South East, 1 week ago UK 30-year gilt yield hits 4-week high on Scotland polls, Carney comments Business Recorder, 1 week ago
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has trashed the claim that Scotland will be able to keep the pound if the country votes for independence. In a blow to Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond's argument that Scotland would be able to remain as ...Business Insider, 1 week ago
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