Is a BOE Rate Cut on the Horizon?
Mark Carney looks poised to repeat a strategy that served him well during the global financial crisis. As the Bank of England governor seeks to stave off any turmoil after Britain’s decision to quit the European Union, he has cited his experience at Canada’s central bank in 2008 as a guide. Acting early to prevent a deeper downturn became the hallmark of his approach in the prelude to the international slump, a perspective he can bring to the Monetary Policy Committee’s debate this week on whether to cut interest rates. Rabobank Senior Foreign-Exchange Strategist Jane Foley discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."