Carney indicates interest in IMF top job

Bank of England governor Mark Carney
Mark Carney

Mark Carney hinted he would be open to taking on the role of managing director of the International Monetary Fund in an interview today (August 2).

“I wouldn’t mind doing something after I leave, I don’t know what I’m going to do. I think [the IMF job] is an extremely important role,” Carney told the BBC Today Programme.

“It’s at a time of consequence for the global economy, whether it is addressing inequalities, adjusting to a lower-carbon global economy, helping to get the world out of this

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