Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said he is "not a fan" of negative interest rates, as the Bank today cut rates to 0.25% and expanded its bond buying package by £70bn.
Members of the Monetary Policy Committee voted unanimously for a rate cut, the first move it has made since cutting them in March 2009, following a decision to leave rates on hold at last month's meeting....
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House of Commons speech
Guy Stephens looks back on 2020 which has been dominated by uncertainly in the form of Covid, the US election and Brexit. With two out of three seemingly on the path to resolution, the UK's exit from Europe lingers. However, Brexit uncertainty is now...
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