The UK is facing "sharper disparities" in inequality despite wider global growth, but monetary policy is not to blame, Mark Carney has said.Read the full story ›
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney revealed plans to inject a stimulus into the economy ahead of an expected 2.7% rise in inflation.Read the full story ›
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said UK growth has been better than expected in the wake of Brexit but future is still uncertain.Read the full story ›
Governor Mark Carney announced that he will extend his term in office to June 2019 to provide stability as the UK exits the EU.Read the full story ›
The Bank of England governor is said to be said to be "leaning strongly" towards remaining in his post.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 ›
Senior economists believe the Bank is "almost certain" to slash rates to a new low in a bid to stop a recession following the Brexit vote.Read the full story ›
ITV News' economics editor, Noreena Hertz, explores the Bank of England's announcement that they are to help boost lending by up to £150 billion.
In a speech on Tuesday, Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England warned of "challenging" time ahead following the Brexit vote.