#AceFinanceNews – July.05: Bosses of leading banks are meeting at Downing Street, London, today to discuss referendum result – Guardian
Mark Carney says Britain’s financial sector is in a better shape than before the financial crisis; the core of the system is very strong, there may be some volatility but the system is going to be there for someone who wants to buy a house, or a business person with a viable plan – Guardian
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney has given a press conference on the bank’s financial stability following Britain’s vote to leave the EU. He has said that the Bank of England has the staff capacity to cope if Article 50 is triggered and that until that happens, the financial rules do not change.
Carney also stated that the drop in the pound sterling could help with Britain’s current account deficit ..
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