Should Markets Expect More From Carney?
Mark Carney’s stimulus package dealt the pound more of a glancing blow than a knockout punch. While sterling tumbled versus the dollar as the Bank of England governor announced a suite of measures to support the U.K. economy, the currency only fell to levels seen last week. It held about 2.4 percent higher than the 31-year low reached in the aftermath of Britain’s vote to exit the European Union in June. World First Chief Economist Jeremy Cook discusses with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards on "Countdown."