Inside the Bank of England

By Stanley Reed

SHEDDING ITS SKIN. For starters, the old system, which came of age in the post World War II years, fell short on transparency and professionalism. Back then investors could be forgiven for suspecting that whim and political expediency lay behind rate decisions. And they were often right. The Prime Minister occasionally became invo

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