Carney signals ‘willingness’ to stay at BoE

Mark Carney
Mark Carney
Bank of England

Mark Carney signalled today (September 4) that he was open to the possibility of staying longer as governor of the Bank of England, in the clearest indication yet that he is likely to remain in the job for at least one further year.

Carney acknowledged he had “already agreed to extend” his time at the BoE once before to help smooth the Brexit transition, but said he was “willing to do whatever else I can to promote both a smooth Brexit and an effective transition at the Bank of England”.


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