Governor Mark Carney tells George Osborne that City traders and bankers will be asked for their views on effect of financial stability policies

Mark Carney has told the government that the Bank of England is to examine whether policies intended to strengthen financial stability in the economy have held back economic growth.

The bank governor said Threadneedle Street would use the findings of an open forum in November – when City traders and bankers are expected to give their views on regulation – to “take stock of the reform agenda in financial markets”.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS