Bank of England Recent Policy Comments and Decisions

The following is a compilation of policy statements and decisions from the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee and Deputy Governors.

Dec. 21 -- David Miles. Member Monetary Policy Committee VENUE: Article in Sunday Telegraph -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dec. 17 -- Jon Cunliffe. Deputy Governor VENUE: Interview with BBC Radio -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dec. 16 -- Mark Carney. Governor VENUE: Press Conference in London

"We expect inflation to go below 1% in the coming months and I expect to -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dec. 12 -- Mark Carney. Governor VENUE: Interview with Evening Standard -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dec. 10 -- Mark Carney. Governor VENUE: Interview with Birmingham Post

“Our message is that interest rates are going to increase,” he said. “We don’t know the precise timing that will start, but what we are emphasising to businesses, to mortgage-holders, to homeowners and to individuals is that what’s most important is the path of interest rate adjustments. That path is expected -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dec. 10 -- Ian McCafferty. Member Monetary Policy Committee VENUE: Speech in Liverpool, England -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dec. 8 -- Martin Weale. Member Monetary Policy Committee VENUE: Speech in London

“Persistently slower productivity growth would have two implications for interest rates,” Weale said. “In the short term, interest rates would need to be higher in order to prevent demand running ahead of supply. But over the medium --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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