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Home > News and Publications > Uncertainty, the economy and policy - speech by Mark Carney
 

Uncertainty, the economy and policy - speech by Mark Carney

30 June 2016

Given at the Court Room, Bank of England.

Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, identifies three types of uncertainty that influence economic performance: geopolitical, economic and policy uncertainty.

He describes the steps the Bank has taken to address this uncertainty, and how we can be expected to act in the weeks and months ahead. 

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