Corporate finance, banking relationships and the London Rules - Governor's speech

Quarterly Bulletin 1990 Q4
Published on 01 December 1990

Discussing the role of central banks in the future of Europe's monetary arrangements, the Governor argues for a cautious and evolutionary approach to greater monetary integration. He stresses the importance to Stage 1 of the process of a shared commitment to internal price stability and currency stability: and suggests that the question of what comes after Stage 1, including the possibility of institutional change, be left until the issues can be addressed in the light of experience.

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