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Uncomfortable moments since the UK’s central bank became independent in 1997
The economic gains from leaving the EU will be substantial, writes Nigel Lawson
Any perception of a conflict of interest at central banks is damaging
The key must be in having in place robust regimes to cover such moves
Former governor of the Bank of England has described bankers as ‘incompetent and greedy’
How do you sift through 794 economic blog posts in a single morning? Giles Wilkes ascends the landslide
Martin Wolf picks his books of the year so far
French president moves to strip London of crucial stage in derivatives and equities trading
Lord King offers a novel alternative to the alchemy of banking
Just two American companies are still in the triple-A club; Microsoft and Johnson & Johnson
Ex-Bank of England boss resigns after football club is relegated
If you are not rich, does it matter that rates are negative, asks David Oakley
If you had described your iPhone in 1976, Friedman would not have understood you
BoE pawnshop might classify assets like a CDO Squared as financial porn
As governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King was at the heart of the policy response to the last financial crisis. Now he sets out his ideas on how to prevent another one
Former BoE governor has called the euro’s demise but does he have a good record as an oracle?
Europeans will eventually balk at bailing out other countries, he says
Sir Victor Blank tells investors to be ‘grateful’ as alternative was nationalisation of bank system
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