The Bank of England has today published a consultation document setting out in detail plans first announced in March 2015 for a new sterling money market data collection. (more…)
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In a speech to TheCityUK on Tuesday, Jon Cunliffe charts the development of macroprudential policy and the establishment of the macroprudential policy framework in the UK by the Bank of England’s
Financial Policy Committee (more…)
Yesterday, the two month public nomination period to determine who should appear on the next £20 note officially closed. (more…)
Unsurprisingly the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee at its meeting on 8 July voted to maintain Bank Rate at 0.5%. (more…)
With 11 days to go for the public to nominate a visual artist to feature on the next £20 bank note, the Bank is pleased to deepen its collaboration with visual arts through the arrival of artist Martin John Callanan (more…)
In a speech at the Open University tomorrow, The Bank of England’s Chief Economist, Andy Haldane will explore why interest rates in advanced economies have got “stuck” and how policymakers should respond. (more…)
In a speech given at the Thomas Guggenheim Conference  in Geneva on Sunday 28 June, Martin Weale outlined the importance of the independence and accountability of individual members of the
Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) for monetary policymaking in the UK. (more…)
In a speech at the London School of Economics last night, External member of the bank of England Monetary Policy Committee Kristin Forbes explained why she is confident that inflation is currently “on track to rebound toward target” by early 2016. (more…)
The Bank of England has announced the winner of its first data visualisation competition.
The competition, launched as part of the Bank’s One Bank Research Agenda, asked competitors to create (more…)
The Bank of England today announced a new appointment to its Executive Team.
The Court of the Bank of England has approved the appointment of Andrew Hauser as Executive Director for Banking, Payments and Financial Resilience