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Sunday, 17 December 2017

David Milliken' s stories

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  • The euro sculpture

    ECB and BoE plan to revive EU securitisation, boost investment

    Capital City | 30 May 2014

    (Reuters) - The European Central Bank and the Bank of England set out proposals on Friday to resurrect the European Union’s market for asset-backed securities and help the flow of credit to smaller businesses.

  • UK allows Scotland to issue its own debt ... at a price

    Bonds | 21 February 2014

    Britain’s government granted Scotland the power to raise debt in its own name on Wednesday, in a move aimed at showing Scots that they can enjoy some benefits of independence while remaining part of the United Kingdom.

  • Boe

    Bank of England scales back FLS, switches focus to small firms

    Capital City | 28 November 2013

    (Reuters) - The Bank of England said on Thursday that it would heavily scale back a scheme launched last year to boost mortgage lending, as house price inflation looks set to accelerate further.

  • Carney and the Bank of England

    Analysis: Britain's Old Lady shows appetite for new thinking

    Capital City | 01 January 2013

    (Reuters) - There has been a sudden flowering of new ideas at the Bank of England, with everything from negative interest rates to a long-term commitment to bond-buying said to be up for discussion.

  • A man walks past the Bank of England, in the City of London

    UK banks may lack capital, says BoE

    People & Markets | 01 December 2012

    The Bank of England has stepped up pressure on commercial banks to shore up their capital, days after the government chose a leader of the global push for tighter banking regulation to head the central bank.

  • Reuters

    Bank of England in no rush to act despite bleak economy

    Capital City | 08 August 2012

    (Reuters) - The Bank of England slashed its outlook for British economic growth to zero for this year, as eurozone “storm clouds” cast a long shadow and scars from the world’s financial crisis appear deeper than previously thought.

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