While remaining well above the Bank's target figure, the unexpected drop in inflation could make its mind up on an interest rate rise.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 ›
A survey for ITV's Tonight programme has revealed financial worries at the forefront in the midst of a looming saving crisis.Read the full story ›
Ross McEwan's comments come after the Bank of England cut its interest rate to a record low of 0.25%.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.
A look at what high street operators plan to do now that the the UK's interest rates have been cut to a record low of 0.25%.Read the full story ›
Mark Carney tells ITV News' Economics Editor Noreena Hertz the UK economy will continue to face a period of uncertainty following Brexit.Read the full story ›
High Street banks have "no excuse" not to pass on the Bank of England's cut to a record low 0.25% base interest rate to their customers, Governor Mark Carney has said.
Responding to a question from ITV News Economics Editor Noreena Hertz, Mr Carney also explained why he was "not a fan of negative interest rates".