Is BOE's Carney Adding Uncertainty to the Markets?

As Mark Carney keeps everyone guessing about his intentions, Prime Minister Theresa May is keen for him to stay at the Bank of England and has sought to smooth over misunderstandings, according to officials. The government’s overtures to mend the relationship with Carney come as he counts down to a decision by year end on whether to leave the BOE as planned in 2018 or serve a full eight-year term until 2021. They may be in vain, with comments by the governor on Tuesday suggesting he’s considering going. Panmure Gordon Chief Economist Simon French discusses with Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

How Failing at Acting Led Les Moonves Behind the Camera
59:41 - CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves talks about how being a self-described "mediocre actor" led him to become one of the great talent and show producers in Hollywood. He speaks to David Rubenstein for "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations." (Source: Bloomberg)
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