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Bank of England rejects ‘scare story’ charges during EU referendum



Mark Carney says he did not discuss a ‘line’ on the central bank’s findings with the chancellor


The Bank of England has defended its role in the EU referendum campaign, rejecting accusations of peddling “phoney forecasts” and “scare stories” that undermined the independence of the central bank.

the BoE’s Financial Policy Committee said that the central bank’s examination of risks to the UK economy before the referendum simply “examined the potential parameters” of financial stability.

Asked if he accepted the notion that the BoE had promoted “phoney forecasts”, he flatly replied “no”

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A BOE rate cut tomorrow could boost gold and silver along with weakening the pound......

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