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U.K. | 1 May 2019 New BoE Governor Unlikely to Mark Regime Shift in Monetary Policy
The government last week fired the starting gun for the contest to replace Mark Carney as Governor of the Bank of England.

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1 May 2019 New BoE Governor Unlikely to Mark Regime Shift in Monetary Policy

By Samuel Tombs

The government last week fired the starting gun for the contest to replace Mark Carney as Governor of the Bank of England.

Posted: 30th Apr 2019 in 'U.K.'

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