Carney Defends Bank of England Brexit Warnings

Mark Carney defended the Bank of England against critics furious at his warnings about the dangers posed by a European Union exit, and described the British economy as facing similar uncertainty to the early 1990s. “We’re taking a judgment as a committee, and we’re changing policy because of it, we’re putting out billions of pounds of liquidity facilities, we’re getting banks to raise capital as we did a few years ago against these types of risk,” the governor said on the BBC’s “Andrew Marr” show. Aviva Investors Head of Rates Charles Diebel discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards in London and Manus Cranny in Dubai on "Countdown." (Video edited to remove SOT of Mark Carney on The Andrew Marr Show.)

Full Show: Surveillance (08/16)
17:14 - Bloomberg Surveillance hosted by Tom Keene, Guy Johnson, and Anna Edwards. Guests include Cees 'T Hart, chief executive officer at Carlsberg Group, Greg Valliere, chief global strategist at Horizon Investments, and Rep. Bill Pascrell, a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and a Democrat from New Jersey. (Source: Bloomberg)
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