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The Bank of England has pretty much answered the question ‘who is going to pay for this?’ They are.

My column today suggests the Bank of England’s insistence on terming it's forecast as a "scenario" undermines the real scenario planning the UK's economic authorities should be doing. There are a lot of things that could go wrong in the months ahead

Bank of England rate maker sets out gloomy economic forecast

The Bank of England’s recovery forecasts are too narrow

Bank of England rate maker sets out gloomy economic forecast

Quick Hits: Bank of England Official Says It’s ‘Safer to Err on the Side of Easing’

Stimulus measures from the Bank of England, Austria’s reluctance to reopen its border with Italy and a snapshot of the magnitude of the coronavirus death toll in Europe. All this and more in the latest edition of our Coronavirus Daily Update 👇

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Chris Giles: The Bank of England’s recovery forecasts are too narrow

Bank of England rate maker sets out gloomy economic forecast

The Bank of England has bought another £4.5 billion of UK Gilts ( bonds) today as part of its ongoing #QE  programme. That makes the total ~£565.5 billion.


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Happy #StGeorgesDay  to everyone celebrating in England and across the world. We'll make today one of four new bank holidays for the whole of the UK. Workers deserve a break and a chance to celebrate our country’s traditions of fairness and social justice.

The Bank of England just announced it will finance the gvt directly. Meanwhile in the eurozone the tragi-comedy of errors, also known as the Eurogroup, will reconvene tonight to proclaim that the crisis is SO urgent that it will do NOTHING of macroeconomic significance.

So. It is Project Fear bad that the Bank of England Gov says a No Deal is “uncomfortably high” whereas it’s fine Liam Fox says it’s 60:40, and it’s good that we prepare for No Deal, but Project Fear to publish preps that might scare public, but good to publish plans scaring EU27

Alan Turing, World War Two codebreaker and mathematician, will be the face of new Bank of England £50 note

Alan Turing, the computing pioneer who became one of the most influential code breakers of World War II, has been chosen by the Bank of England to be the new face of its 50-pound note

Brilliant news from the Bank of England: War-time code breaker,Alan Turing is the face on the £50 note (not that you or I will ever see one!), Has ever a man been be more celebrated in tragic that he suffered at the hands of bigots in life.

By my reckoning, Iain (Duncan) Smith thinks he has a better grasp of banking than the Bank of England; a deeper understanding of fiscal studies than the Institute For Fiscal Studies & more knowledge of EU rules than the people who wrote them. Makes you wonder why he faked his CV.

Which one can you answer: Why would the Bank of England mislead the population about the most significant economic event in decades? Why might a fund manager heavily invested in 'emerging markets' and with a penchant for 'disaster capitalism' mislead people about the same event?

Bank of England has allocated £250,000,000,000 to prop up the pound. That's about £15,000 for each UK subject or 20 years #EU  contributions.

Its Official: Bank of England Governor tells the City: Brexit has made us poorer.