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ICYMI: Andy Haldane is stepping down as the Bank of England's chief economist, ending the tenure of one of its most outspoken voices. "His departure means the Bank is losing its major – and maybe only – current hawk," said @ING_Economics ' @JamCSmi 

'We have to do something to redress the gerontocracy of our political system' – the youngest ever vice-president of the World Bank, deputy managing director of the IMF, and deputy governor of the Bank of England Minouche Shafik has Lunch with the FT:

@MelJStride  .: cttee was due to take ev from HM Treasury FCA + Bank of England. "We have now decided to take a closer look by launching an inquiry to investigate the issues that fall within our remit. We will publish further details when we launch the inquiry officially next week”

Bank Of England: Andy Haldane To become Chief Executive Of The Royal Society For Arts, Manufactures And Commerce

TD Securities: Details for The Day Ahead: #EUR  We have several ECB speakers today, with de Guindos at 8am BST, Panetta at 12:45pm, Lagarde at 3pm, and Schnabel at 6pm. #GBP  The Bank of England's Haskel speaks at the Royal Economic Society's 2021 Annual Conference at 3:30pm BST.

Andy Haldane to leave Bank of England to become CEO of Royal Society for Arts via @FinancialNews 

Bank of England's outspoken, inflation-wary chief economist to quit

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Bank of England's Haldane will be hard to replace. Always willing to think laterally and be the odd man out - a true antidote to group think.

Bank of England's outspoken, inflation-wary chief economist to quit

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Andy Haldane to leave role as Bank of England chief economist by @Guardian  2021-04-13 17:26:05

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How many times this week will we hear the lie that the government has borrowed £300bn to pay for Covid? It hasn’t. It has issued debt, but then immediately repurchased it using new money created by the Bank of England. This debt has already been repaid in that case, for good.

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

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

Amazing that when Bank of England Governor says No Deal Brexit will damage economy more than Covid, it is barely considered news. Surreal too that the (likely) deal will be Hard Brexit and there will be barely a peep

Michael Gove spent years telling people to trust Jacob Rees Mogg over the governor of the Bank of England and now wonders why the same people trust their Aunty Doris’s Facebook page over the Chief Medical Adviser.

City sources say the Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has told banks to step up plans for the UK to leave the EU without a trade deal

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.

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 death..how tragic that he suffered at the hands of bigots in life.

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?

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

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