The Bank of England governor is said to be said to be "leaning strongly" towards remaining in his post.Read the full story ›
Economists predict the Bank will keep rates at 0.25% after they were cut to a record low in August in a post-Brexit stimulus package.Read the full story ›
Governor says Article 50 fears not Bank actions to blame for pound's plunge, but admits markets may yet have "mistaken" Brexit impact.Read the full story ›
The Governor of the Bank of England has said inflation will rise on products such as food because of the fall in the value of the pound.Read the full story ›
The Bank of England has left interest rates unchanged at 0.25%.
Rates were slashed last month for the first time in more than seven years, while the bank delivered an emergency £170 billion package, as it sought to prevent a recession in the wake of the Brexit vote.
The plastic notes, which can survive a washing machine spin, are out today - but some people may have to wait a week to see one.Read the full story ›
Former Chancellor George Osborne has tweeted his approval for the Bank of England's (BoE) decision to cut interest rates and introduce other measures to support the UK's post-Brexit economy.
Osborne, who has been recognised for his work at the Treasury by former Prime Minister David Cameron with a Companion of Honour, called the BoE's announcement a "triple whammy".
BoE right to use triple whammy of lower official rates, QE & funding scheme to support demand.But only a temporary answer as economy adjusts
Must be matched by permanent supply side reform:lower biz taxes, free trade with EU & unambiguous message we're open to overseas investment.