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heraldscotland
Ian McConnell: Not so fantastic, Mr Fox, as household debt worries grow and IMF optimism eludes Brexit BritainAlex Brazier, director for financial stability at the Bank of England, said: “H
heraldscotland / Posted 37 minutes ago
Alex Brazier, director for financial stability at the Bank of England, said: “Household debt – like most things that are good in moderation – can be dangerous in excess. Dangerous to borrowers, lenders and, most importantly from our perspective,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Libor's uncertain future 'a headache' for near half-a-trillion of financial productsExisting contracts will need to be renegotiated. And computer systems coded to
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Existing contracts will need to be renegotiated. And computer systems coded to the Libor rate will need an overhaul. The Bank of England unveiled the Sterling Overnight Index Average, or Sonia, in April as a near risk-free alternative to Libor... Read more
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Evening Standard
Antonio Horta Osorio speaks for all of us: Let’s hope he’s rightHorta Osorio has at his fingertips more real economic data than perhaps anyone
Evening Standard / Posted 2 hours ago
Horta Osorio has at his fingertips more real economic data than perhaps anyone in Britain — including the Governor of the Bank of England. By his telling, there isn’t a debt bubble, house prices are just fine and things are getting better rather... Read more
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Finance and Commerce
After scandal, U.K.-based Libor financial benchmark nears endin the U.S., Britain and elsewhere led to fines as well as the resignation of B
Finance and Commerce / Posted 3 hours ago
in the U.S., Britain and elsewhere led to fines as well as the resignation of Barclays CEO Bob Diamond, among others. The Bank of England has suggested it be replaced with another index average. Bailey said that having moving to another system... Read more
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EuroNews
Citigroup to move part of private banking to Madrid due to Brexitbanks’ Brexit arrangements are starting to emerge following a July 14 deadline
EuroNews / Posted 4 hours ago
banks’ Brexit arrangements are starting to emerge following a July 14 deadline for them to submit contingency plans to the Bank of England. Last week, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank said they would beef up their presence in Frankfurt due to... Read more
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Newsmax
Debt Ceiling Situation Will Shape Fed's Next Actionson a central bank to respond when inflation is too low as well as when inflatio
Newsmax / Posted 8 hours ago
on a central bank to respond when inflation is too low as well as when inflation is too high. For example, the Fed, the Bank of England and the Bank of Canada have symmetrical inflation targets. In contrast, the European Central Bank has a... Read more
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Reuters
British government appoints its top economist Bank of England deputyLONDON (Reuters) - The British government's top economist will move to the Bank
Reuters / Posted 8 hours ago
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government's top economist will move to the Bank of England to serve as one of its most senior policymakers, joining the central bank as it steers the financial system through political negotiations to leave the... Read more
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FOX Business
Bank Of England Names Dave Ramsden As New Deputy GovernorThe Bank of England on Thursday named Dave Ramsden as its new deputy governor,
FOX Business / Posted 9 hours ago
The Bank of England on Thursday named Dave Ramsden as its new deputy governor, effective Sept. 4. Ramsden, a chief economic adviser at the U.K.'s Treasury department, will succeed Charlotte Hogg. Hogg resigned in March for failing to disclose her... Read more
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FOX Business
Bank Of England Names Dave Ramsden As New Deputy GovernorThe Bank of England on Thursday named Dave Ramsden as its new deputy governor,
FOX Business / Posted 9 hours ago
The Bank of England on Thursday named Dave Ramsden as its new deputy governor, effective Sept. 4. Ramsden, a chief economic adviser at the U.K.'s Treasury department, will succeed Charlotte Hogg. Hogg resigned in March for failing to disclose her... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Citigroup to move part of private banking to Madrid due to Brexitbanks' Brexit arrangements are starting to emerge following a July 14 deadline
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 hours ago
banks' Brexit arrangements are starting to emerge following a July 14 deadline for them to submit contingency plans to the Bank of England. Last week, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank said they would beef up their presence in Frankfurt due to... Read more
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Zero Hedge
$350 Trillion In Securities In Limbo: LIBOR To Be Phased Out By 2021FCA's CEO didn’t set out exactly what a potential replacement for Libor might l
Zero Hedge / Posted 9 hours ago
FCA's CEO didn’t set out exactly what a potential replacement for Libor might look like but a group within the Bank of England is already working on potential replacements. "However, any shift will have to be phased in slowly." Bailey... Read more
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Newsmax
Libor Funeral Set for 2021 as FCA Abandons Scandal-Tarred Ratethe sustainability of the Libor benchmarks," said Bailey, who is widely seen as
Newsmax / Posted 10 hours ago
the sustainability of the Libor benchmarks," said Bailey, who is widely seen as a candidate to be the next governor of the Bank of England. "If an active market does not exist, how can even the best run benchmark measure it?" The search for a new... Read more
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Reuters
Citigroup to move part of private banking to Madrid due to Brexitbanks' Brexit arrangements are starting to emerge following a July 14 deadline
Reuters / Posted 10 hours ago
banks' Brexit arrangements are starting to emerge following a July 14 deadline for them to submit contingency plans to the Bank of England. Last week, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) said they would beef up their presence in Frankfurt due... Read more
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International Business Times
UK decides to consign Libor benchmark to dustbin of banking history In theory, ICE and participating banks could continue to compile Libor after 20
International Business Times / Posted 10 hours ago
In theory, ICE and participating banks could continue to compile Libor after 2021, if they wanted to. Earlier this month, Bank of England governor Mark Carney said an interest rate benchmark fit for the future be based on actual market... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
After scandal, UK-based Libor financial benchmark nears endwrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borro
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 11 hours ago
wrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borrow from each other and is used to price services like mortgages, bonds and consumer loans globally. The Bank of England has suggested it be replaced with another... Read more
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FOX Business
After scandal, UK-based Libor financial benchmark nears endwrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borro
FOX Business / Posted 11 hours ago
wrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borrow from each other and is used to price services like mortgages, bonds and consumer loans globally. The Bank of England has suggested it be replaced with another... Read more
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FOX Business
After scandal, UK-based Libor financial benchmark nears endwrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borro
FOX Business / Posted 11 hours ago
wrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borrow from each other and is used to price services like mortgages, bonds and consumer loans globally. The Bank of England has suggested it be replaced with another... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
After scandal, UK-based Libor financial benchmark nears endwrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borro
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 11 hours ago
wrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borrow from each other and is used to price services like mortgages, bonds and consumer loans globally. The Bank of England has suggested it be replaced with another... Read more
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Daily Herald
After scandal, UK-based Libor financial benchmark nears endwrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borro
Daily Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
wrongdoing or have any evidence of such." Libor is the rate banks use to borrow from each other and is used to price services like mortgages, bonds and consumer loans globally. The Bank of England has suggested it be replaced with another... Read more
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Market Watch
U.K. to phase out scandal-hit Liborensure that the lenders' submissions are more accurate. A spokeswoman for the I
Market Watch / Posted 13 hours ago
ensure that the lenders' submissions are more accurate. A spokeswoman for the IBA declined to comment. A group within the Bank of England is working on potential replacements to Libor. Any shift will have to be phased in slowly. Some GBP30... Read more
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Reuters
Britain to scrap Libor rate benchmark from end-2021benchmark is used to price financial contracts worth $350 trillion, ranging fro
Reuters / Posted 15 hours ago
benchmark is used to price financial contracts worth $350 trillion, ranging from home loans to credit cards, globally and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said this month it should in future be based on actual market transactions and not... Read more
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The Economic Times
UK economy up 0.3% in Q2growth was 0.1 percentage point higher than that of the first quarter, but did
The Economic Times / Posted 16 hours ago
growth was 0.1 percentage point higher than that of the first quarter, but did not meet the forecast of 0.4 per cent by the Bank of England (BOE), Britain's central bank, according to data released by the Office of National Statistics on... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Britain's GDP fails to build after Brexitand ignoring uncertainty over the future. With inflation nearing four year hig
Sky News Australia / Posted 16 hours ago
and ignoring uncertainty over the future. With inflation nearing four year highs, the already slim view that the bank of England will soon reverse last year's emergency interest rate cut are dimming further. Speaking in Australia with... Read more
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The Star
Bond supply set to turn positive as central banks eye end of easy moneythe eurozone and Japan could turn positive in 2018 for the first time since 201
The Star / Posted 16 hours ago
the eurozone and Japan could turn positive in 2018 for the first time since 2014. Between them, the Fed, the ECB, the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan have snapped up almost US$15 trillion of bonds over the last eight years, roughly... Read more
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Daily Echo
Plans for multi-million pound student flats in 'prime' Southampton locationI believe will bring back to life a local listed building. “This application w
Daily Echo / Posted 17 hours ago
I believe will bring back to life a local listed building. “This application will keep all the features of the former Bank of England building both on the High Street and the rear entrance on East Gate Street to the former bank.” Originally,... Read more
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Reuters
Bond supply set to turn positive as central banks eye end of easy moneythe euro zone and Japan could turn positive in 2018 for the first time since 20
Reuters / Posted 19 hours ago
the euro zone and Japan could turn positive in 2018 for the first time since 2014. Between them, the Fed, the ECB, the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan have snapped up almost $15 trillion of bonds over the last eight years, roughly... Read more
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Daily Echo
Plans for multi-million pound luxury student complex in SouthamptonI believe will bring back to life a local listed building. “This application w
Daily Echo / Posted 19 hours ago
I believe will bring back to life a local listed building. “This application will keep all the features of the former Bank of England building both on the High Street and the rear entrance on East Gate Street to the former bank.” Originally,... Read more
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EuroNews
London daily FX trading volumes rise on year in April - BoEsame month last year, thanks to a rise in turnover in sterling and the euro aga
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
same month last year, thanks to a rise in turnover in sterling and the euro against the dollar, a semi-annual survey by the Bank of England showed on Wednesday. The latest survey cements London’s position as the world’s biggest foreign exchange... Read more
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The Wessex Scene Online
University Helps Launch Jane Austen £10 Banknotebelonged to Jane Austen’s brother. Dr Gillian Dow (speaking) with the Very Rev
The Wessex Scene Online / Posted yesterday
belonged to Jane Austen’s brother. Dr Gillian Dow (speaking) with the Very Rev’d Catherine Ogleand and the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney | Credit: Bank of England. On Tuesday 18th July, Dr Gillian Dow addressed an audience at... Read more
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The News and Star
Economy's weak 2017 performance so far lowers chance of interest rates increaseThe UK economy has struggled to gather pace following a lacklustre start to the
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
The UK economy has struggled to gather pace following a lacklustre start to the year, diminishing the chance of the Bank of England hiking interest rates in the coming months. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said gross domestic product... Read more
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Reuters
Sluggish UK economy inches forward, Bank of England unlikely to actover the past three months after almost stalling at the start of the year, redu
Reuters / Posted yesterday
over the past three months after almost stalling at the start of the year, reducing an already slim chance that the Bank of England will soon reverse last year's emergency interest rate cut. Economic output grew by 0.3 percent on the... Read more
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EuroNews
UK economic growth edges up in second-quarter, boosted by booming film industryon the quarter was up from 0.2 percent in the first quarter, a figure that is l
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
on the quarter was up from 0.2 percent in the first quarter, a figure that is likely to cement expectations that the Bank of England will keep interest rates on hold next week at their record low level. The figure was in line with the median... Read more
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EuroNews
UK mortgage approvals edge lower in June - UK Financein June after a 114 million pound increase in May. A year earlier, lending incr
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
in June after a 114 million pound increase in May. A year earlier, lending increased by 265 million pounds. On Monday the Bank of England reiterated concerns about rapid growth in unsecured borrowing and warned that several years of solid economic... Read more
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walesonline
Here's what's become of London Welsh after financial meltdownElizabethans, Old Actonians, London French, Staines, Royston and Watford. And
walesonline / Posted yesterday
Elizabethans, Old Actonians, London French, Staines, Royston and Watford. And there's a home and away clash with the Bank Of England, which has more than a smack of irony given the financial meltdown that sent the club plummeting down from... Read more
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heraldscotland
Tory Government comes under fire over weak economic growth as GDP edges up in Q2that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank - though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. "Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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Reuters
UK to apply banker accountability rules to wider financial sectorfinancial sector from 2018 to cover asset managers, foreign exchange and commod
Reuters / Posted yesterday
financial sector from 2018 to cover asset managers, foreign exchange and commodities dealers, and on Wednesday the FCA and Bank of England said how they proposed to do this. Under SMR, key staff are vetted by the FCA and must spell out their job... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
British economy holds up against Brexit headwindsprices sits alongside weak average earnings growth in the country, reducing the
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
prices sits alongside weak average earnings growth in the country, reducing the chances of an interest rate hike from the Bank of England this year, that would mirror the policy of monetary tightening in the United States. "We do not expect the... Read more
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International Business Times
Lobby groups and analysts cautious over UK GDP figures that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. "Meanwhile inflation began to recede, which if it... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Sluggish start to the year as economy grows by only 0.3 per centthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
Manchester Evening News / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank - though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. "Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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The Irish Times
GDP figures show UK economy still sluggish after Brexitcent this year and 1.3 per cent in 2018. The second-quarter GDP reading compar
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
cent this year and 1.3 per cent in 2018. The second-quarter GDP reading compares with a 0.4 per cent pace predicted by the Bank of England, where policy makers are divided on the outlook for the economy and how to respond. While a majority of BOE... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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Bury Times
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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Gazette
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
Gazette / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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guardian-series
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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Harrow Times
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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Reuters
Sluggish UK economy inches forward, Bank of England unlikely to acton the quarter was up from 0.2 percent in the first quarter, a figure that is l
Reuters / Posted yesterday
on the quarter was up from 0.2 percent in the first quarter, a figure that is likely to cement expectations that the Bank of England will keep interest rates on hold next week at their record low level. The figure was in line with the median... Read more
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Gazette News
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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This is West Country
Economy grows by 0.3 as sluggish start to year continuesthat retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
that retail sales rose ahead of expectations, indicating the consumer may still have some petrol in the tank – though the Bank of England has expressed caution over rising levels of personal debt. “Meanwhile, inflation began to recede, which if... Read more
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