bank's monetary policy committee popular tagged News at allvoices.com - page 7

bank's monetary policy committee news

News tagged with “bank's monetary policy committee”. Found: 88 tagged news reports.
 

Your Search Returned 88 tagged news reports

 
Related Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

No forecaster came close to predicting the outcome' The deputy governor of the Bank of England, Charles Bean, has admitted that the recession "highlighted shortcomings" in the Bank's economic forecasting models. He said that even had the Bank

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | almost 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

Outlook This week, the Bank of England will present its latest Inflation Report to the world. Now, obviously, I haven't seen the document the bank is a remarkably unleaky institution but I've got a pretty shrewd idea what it will say, because Bank

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee member Andrew Sentance laughs during an exclusive interview with Reuters at the Bank of England in the City of London June 28, 2010. Since being the sole member of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee to vote

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

Amid signs that some Bank of England policymakers would like to start raising interest rates from the current 0.5 per cent, there have been calls for the Bank to keep policy relaxed when it announces its latest decision today. The British Chambers of

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

England policymaker yesterday signalled that UK interest rates may need to rise this year as worries persist over the "resilience" of inflation. Andrew Sentance, part of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee since 2006, said spare capacity left over

Tags:

Tōkyō :: Japan | 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

Adam Posen, a member of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), said that recent research by the Bank had shown that surpluses being held by non-financial companies in the UK had reached 8 per cent, the highest level for at least 20 years. If

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

Members of the Bank of England's rate-setting panel are increasingly concerned about inflation but uncertain how a new government, a euro debt crisis and other developments will affect consumer prices, according to minutes of the meeting released

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

The bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee is today almost certain to welcome the new government of the UK with a move to leave interest rates on hold at 0.5 per cent for the 14th month running. The MPC will also leave its £200bn programme of

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | over 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

As concern grows for the UK’s fiscal position, sterling is starting to look like a wounded animal. The severity of the situation was underlined by official figures showing government borrowing at £4.3 billion in January — the first January borrowing

Tags:

London :: United Kingdom | over 4 years ago

Credibility Credibility of 5

The cost of borrowing has been at a record low since March 2009 and economists do not expect the central bank to raise rates in the near term. The Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) also maintained the quantitative easing (QE), or asset buying,

Tags:



Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.