The Bank of England (BoE) yesterday published the minutes of meetings of its Court of Directors from 1914-1946, revealing insights into how the board has evolved over the past century.
One of the first things that become apparent is that, even in 1946, the minutes were written by hand, recorded in a separate book for each year in neat lines of looping cursive.
The minutes are also notable for their brevity. Despite the seriousness of events that unfolded throughout the period, including two Worl
- A route to economic growth – The Belt and Road Initiative 2018 survey
- Policymakers should act now to prevent next crisis – IMF panellists
- The Bank of Italy’s approach to risk-based budgeting
- Dudley backs floor-based system for setting monetary policy
- Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank – Raising expectations