An independent Scotland that "unilaterally adopts" the UK pound may start off with reserves at 10% of GDP, less than half what is considered sufficient by many countries, Bank of England (BoE) governor Mark Carney suggested today (September 10) during a parliamentary hearing.
Scotland will vote on secession from the UK on September 18, and the pro-independence movement has hinted the country could adopt the pound even if the idea of a currency union is rejected, meaning it would effectively outs
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