Edward George at the Scottish Bankers Dinner

SPEECH - In a speech Sir Edward George of the Bank of England said it would be unwise to set monetary policy on the basis of the worst possible outcome. Risks to the economy, including a sharp fall in consumer spending and a house price crash, "need to be kept in proper perspective".

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Speech by The Rt Hon Sir Edward George, Governor of the Bank of England at the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland Biennial

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