BoE refocusing strategy for 2019–20

Bank of England
Daniel Hinge

The Bank of England is refocusing its strategy, adjusting its priorities for 2019–20 and shelving some issues it believes are no longer pressing.

The minutes of the December meeting of the BoE’s Court, published on February 26, include a discussion of the strategic goals for the coming year. The central bank’s top priorities will be to boost its own resilience, tackle the Brexit transition, promote financial sector resilience and “fair and effective” markets, develop its understanding and use

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