Mark Carney said rising U.K. mortgage debt may threaten Britain’s recovery as he signaled interest rates might start to rise earlier than anticipated.
Mark Carney will get a chance this week to explain what happened to forward guidance.
When Mark Carney finally begins to lift Bank of England interest rates from a record low, his plan for a gradual tightening suggests changes no faster than once every three months.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is edging closer to putting restraints on the U.K. housing market, and economists say that’s the right thing to do.
The Bank of England said arguments in favor of the first interest-rate increase since 2007 are growing stronger for some officials.
"The absence of wage pressure is leading committee members to feel under no strong pressure to start the process of normalization."
- David Tinsley on Jul 23, 2014
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