Carney: I will stay ‘as long as I can’

Bank of England governor Mark Carney
Will Mark Carney serve his full eight-year term? Or will he bail out early in 2018?

Mark Carney's decision on whether to stay on as governor of the Bank of England (BoE) after 2018 will be an "entirely personal" one, he told the Economic Affairs Committee of the UK's upper house of parliament, the House of Lords, today (October 25).

Carney was asked what factors would influence his decision on whether to serve his full term as governor, which would take him to 2021.

"To be clear, it is an entirely personal decision. And no-one should read anything into the decision in terms of

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