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Cable, Gilt Yields Spike After BoE's Carney Hints At Stimulus Withdrawal

cable, gilt yields spike after boe's carney hints at stimulus withdrawal
It's deja vu all over again in Sintra. Yesterday, Draghi sent EUR and Bund yields spiking on his 'hawkish' comments and today it is The UK's turns as Bank of England governor *Carney hints that removal..
Zero Hedge

Carney: Tighter policy needed if businesses look through Brexit uncertainty

carney: tighter policy needed if businesses look through brexit uncertainty
Tighter monetary policy will be needed if businesses look through Brexit uncertainties and increase investments, according to the Bank of England’s governor, Mark Carney. At a speech delivered to..
City A.M.

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News video: UK: Bank of England orders banks to build billions in reserves

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The Bank of England has ordered British banks to build up billions in cash reserves. It says capital buffers will need to be raised by nearly 13 billion euros over the next 18 months to guard against..
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News video: BoE: Carney under scrutiny amid MPC dissent

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The Bank of England publishes its Financial Stability Report as Governor Mark Carney faces pressure from colleagues. As David Pollard reports, several Monetary Policy Committee officials have defected..
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News video: Soss Says Brexit ‘Colors Every Judgment' for the U.K.

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Jun.27 -- Neal Soss, vice-chairman at Credit Suisse Securities, discusses monetary policy from the Bank of England and why Brexit matters. He speaks with Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene on "Bloomberg..
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News video: Carney Says Monetary Policy Is Last Line of Defense

Carney Says Monetary Policy Is Last Line of Defense 02:01

Jun.27 -- Bank of England Governor Mark Carney discusses monetary policy and why he says it should be the last line of defense on stability. He speaks after the release of the BOE's Financial Stability..
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News video: Markets React to BOE Plan to Raise Capital Buffer

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Jun.27 -- Brian Coulton, chief economist at Fitch Ratings, and Mark Gilbert, columnist at Bloomberg Gadfly, discuss monetary policy from the Bank of England. They speak with Francine Lacqua and Tom..
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Bill Blain: "The 1-, 4- And 10-Year Cycles Top Out Mid-August At Which Point Be Very Afraid... Or Something Like That"

bill blain: the 1-, 4- and 10-year cycles top out mid-august at which point be very afraid... or something like that
By Bill Blain of Mint Partners, Blain’s Morning Porridge – June 28th 2017 *Uncertainty, confusion, a Tech-sell off.. but are things as bad as they seem?* “Now I got mortgages and homes, I..
Zero Hedge

Bank Of England's Cunliffe Says Not Right Time To Raise Rates

LONDON (dpa-AFX) - Bank of England Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe said Wednesday that this is not the right time to adjust interest rates, a stance in accordance with the views of Governor Mark Carn...
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •RTTNews

Frontrunning: June 28

· Global Bonds Sell Off, Sparking Fears of Further ‘Taper Tantrum’ (WSJ) · Facing revolt on healthcare, GOP senators delay vote (Reuters) · Global businesses dig out from latest cyber attack..
Zero Hedge

FTSE 100 Recoups Early Losses

U.K. shares were subdued on Wednesday, as lower prices pulled down energy stocks and the pound held steady after climbing above $1.28 the previous day for the first time in more than a week, following..
RTTNews

Weak wage growth gives BoE time before raising rates says MPC dove Cunliffe

weak wage growth gives boe time before raising rates says mpc dove cunliffe
The Bank of England still has time before it raises interest rates despite an increasingly difficult trade-off between rising inflation and weak wage growth, according to one of the remaining doves on..
City A.M.

Wrong time for interest rate rise, Cunliffe warns

wrong time for interest rate rise, cunliffe warns
The Bank of England deputy governor wants to see what happens with inflation before backing a rise.
BBC News

Bank of England to apply the brakes on consumer lending

London Briefing: Debt is rocketing so Carney wants banks and borrowers to rein it in
Irish Times

Brexit one year on: how your finances have changed

brexit one year on: how your finances have changed
Friday marked the first anniversary since the UK decided it was going to ditch the European Union. It’s been a turbulent time to say the least, and the political earthquake which hit the UK last..
City A.M.

Easy-access deal from Ulster Bank paying 1.25%

easy-access deal from ulster bank paying 1.25%
The simple account, eSavings, comes with no complications and is the highest rate on offer since last August, when the Bank of England base rate was cut to 0.25 per cent.
MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk

UK financial stability: what the Bank of England is worried about

Banks told to raise capital buffers to protect against shock in growing consumer credit sector
FT.com

Car finance boom is 'unlikely to crash the industry' despite Bank of England worries


Telegraph.co.uk

Bank of England focuses on UK banks’ exposure to consumer credit

Consumer credit is growing at a much faster rate than household incomes
FT.com

UK: Bank of England orders banks to build billions in reserves

The Bank of England has ordered British banks to build up billions in cash reserves. It says capital buffers will need to be raised by nearly 13
euronews

Consumer Credit Gone Wild, Bank of England Slaps It Down

The Bank of England tightened the screws on bank lending to consumers, a key driver of the post-Brexit economy.
Wall Street Journal


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