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BRITAIN-BOE/MCCAFFERTY
RTX5LGRU
April 10, 2018
A pigeon stands in front of the Bank of England in London, Britain, April 9, 2018. Picture taken April...
London, United Kingdom
A pigeon stands in front of the Bank of England in London
A pigeon stands in front of the Bank of England in London, Britain, April 9, 2018. Picture taken April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSV29G
December 07, 2016
Britain's Prince Charles (L) laughs with Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England whilst being...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles laughs with Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England whilst being shown...
Britain's Prince Charles (L) laughs with Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England whilst being shown his office during a visit to the Bank in London, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSV29D
December 07, 2016
Britain's Prince Charles meets employees during a visit to the Bank of England in London, December 7,...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles meets employees during a visit to the Bank of England in London
Britain's Prince Charles meets employees during a visit to the Bank of England in London, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSV29C
December 07, 2016
Britain's Prince Charles (R) and Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England walk down a staircase...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles and Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England walk down a staircase during...
Britain's Prince Charles (R) and Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England walk down a staircase during a visit to the Bank in London, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSV27P
December 07, 2016
Britain's Prince Charles (L) looks at a Christmas tree with the Governor of The Bank of England Mark...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles looks at a Christmas tree with the Governor of The Bank of England Mark Carney...
Britain's Prince Charles (L) looks at a Christmas tree with the Governor of The Bank of England Mark Carney during a visit to the Bank in London, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSV273
December 07, 2016
Britain's Prince Charles (R) laughs as he sits for a meeting with the Governor of The Bank of England...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince Charles laughs as he sits for a meeting with the Governor of The Bank of England Mark...
Britain's Prince Charles (R) laughs as he sits for a meeting with the Governor of The Bank of England Mark Carney during a visit to the Bank in London, December 7, 2016. REUTERS/Kirsty Wigglesworth/Pool
BRITAIN-EU/BANKS
RTX2HTPO
June 23, 2016
City workers walk past the Bank of England in the City of London, Britain, March 29, 2016. REUTERS/Toby...
London, United Kingdom
City workers walk past the Bank of England in the City of London, Britain
City workers walk past the Bank of England in the City of London, Britain, March 29, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo
BRITAIN-BOE/BROADBENT
RTX1S6WF
September 24, 2015
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain...
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain September 23, 2015. The Bank of England will monitor the risk that Britain's European Union membership referendum could make it harder for the country to finance its large current account deficit, a top official at the central bank said. Ben Broadbent, a deputy governor at the BoE, said it was clear that the decision by British Prime Minister David Cameron to hold the in-out vote created some uncertainty. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-BOE/BROADBENT
RTX1S6L2
September 24, 2015
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent speaks during an interview with Reuters in his office in London, Britain September 23, 2015. The Bank of England will monitor the risk that Britain's European Union membership referendum could make it harder for the country to finance its large current account deficit, a top official at the central bank said. Ben Broadbent, a deputy governor at the BoE, said it was clear that the decision by British Prime Minister David Cameron to hold the in-out vote created some uncertainty. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-BOE/BROADBENT
RTX1S6KV
September 24, 2015
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent speaks during an interview with Reuters in his...
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent speaks during an interview with Reuters in his office in London, Britain September 23, 2015. The Bank of England will monitor the risk that Britain's European Union membership referendum could make it harder for the country to finance its large current account deficit, a top official at the central bank said. Ben Broadbent, a deputy governor at the BoE, said it was clear that the decision by British Prime Minister David Cameron to hold the in-out vote created some uncertainty. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-BOE/BROADBENT
RTX1S6KT
September 24, 2015
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain...
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain September 23, 2015. The Bank of England will monitor the risk that Britain's European Union membership referendum could make it harder for the country to finance its large current account deficit, a top official at the central bank said. Ben Broadbent, a deputy governor at the BoE, said it was clear that the decision by British Prime Minister David Cameron to hold the in-out vote created some uncertainty. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-BOE/BROADBENT
RTX1S6KQ
September 24, 2015
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain...
Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Ben Broadbent poses for a portrait in his office in London, Britain September 23, 2015. The Bank of England will monitor the risk that Britain's European Union membership referendum could make it harder for the country to finance its large current account deficit, a top official at the central bank said. Ben Broadbent, a deputy governor at the BoE, said it was clear that the decision by British Prime Minister David Cameron to hold the in-out vote created some uncertainty. REUTERS/Neil Hall
US-BRITAIN-BANKS-LONDON
RTX1S32Z
September 23, 2015
A man walks past the bank of England in London, Britain September 23, 2015. London has regained its crown...
London, United Kingdom
A man walks past the bank of England in London, Britain
A man walks past the bank of England in London, Britain September 23, 2015. London has regained its crown as the world's leading financial centre, according to a survey of industry professionals. London, which had top billing for seven years running in the twice-yearly survey, lost the top spot to New York last year. REUTERS/Neil Hall
US-BRITAIN-ECONOMY/
RTX17Y9S
January 28, 2014
Pedestrians walk past the Bank of England in the City of London January 28, 2014. Britain's economy grew...
London, United Kingdom
Pedestrians walk past the Bank of England in the City of London
Pedestrians walk past the Bank of England in the City of London January 28, 2014. Britain's economy grew last year at its fastest rate since the financial crisis, official data showed on Tuesday, raising questions about how long the Bank of England can keep interest rates at a record low. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
FOREX-BOE/
RTX17GJU
January 16, 2014
People pass the Bank of England in the City of London January 16, 2014. Bank of England representatives...
London, United Kingdom
People pass the Bank of England in the City of London
People pass the Bank of England in the City of London January 16, 2014. Bank of England representatives discussed the process of setting foreign exchange benchmarks with senior currency dealers at major investment banks in April 2012, more than a year before regulators launched official probes into alleged rate manipulation, according to a Freedom of Information Request made by Reuters. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTX13OI2
September 17, 2013
A woman sheltering under an umbrella sits outside the Bank of England in the City of London September...
London, United Kingdom
A woman sheltering under an umbrella sits outside the Bank of England in the City of London
A woman sheltering under an umbrella sits outside the Bank of England in the City of London September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTX12CRZ
August 07, 2013
The Bank of England is seen in the City of London August 7, 2013. The Bank of England broke with tradition...
London, United Kingdom
The Bank of England is seen in the City of London
The Bank of England is seen in the City of London August 7, 2013. The Bank of England broke with tradition on Wednesday, saying it planned to keep interest rates at a record low until unemployment falls to 7 percent or below, which it views as unlikely for another three years. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTX12CRN
August 07, 2013
The Bank of England is seen in the City of London August 7, 2013. The Bank of England broke with tradition...
London, United Kingdom
The Bank of England is seen in the City of London
The Bank of England is seen in the City of London August 7, 2013. The Bank of England broke with tradition on Wednesday, saying it planned to keep interest rates at a record low until unemployment falls to 7 percent or below, which it views as unlikely for another three years. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTX12CR2
August 07, 2013
Workers walk past the Bank of England in the City of London August 7, 2013. The Bank of England broke...
London, United Kingdom
Workers walk past the Bank of England in the City of London
Workers walk past the Bank of England in the City of London August 7, 2013. The Bank of England broke with tradition on Wednesday, saying it planned to keep interest rates at a record low until unemployment falls to 7 percent or below, which it views as unlikely for another three years. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTX12CLM
August 07, 2013
An engraved door is seen on the outside of the Bank of England in the City of London, August 7, 2013....
London, United Kingdom
An engraved door is seen on the outside of the Bank of England in the City of London
An engraved door is seen on the outside of the Bank of England in the City of London, August 7, 2013. Mark Carney faces his first big test as Bank of England governor on Wednesday when the central bank spells out how it will try to stop higher borrowing costs from snuffing out Britain's economic recovery. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTX12CLK
August 07, 2013
Commuters cycle past the Bank of England (C) in the City of London, August 7 2013. Mark Carney faces...
London, United Kingdom
Commuters cycle past the Bank of England in the City of London
Commuters cycle past the Bank of England (C) in the City of London, August 7 2013. Mark Carney faces his first big test as Bank of England governor on Wednesday when the central bank spells out how it will try to stop higher borrowing costs from snuffing out Britain's economic recovery. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: CITYSCAPE SOCIETY BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-ECONOMY-MANUFACTURING
RTX12BV2
August 06, 2013
Flowers bloom in front of the Bank of England in the City of London August 6, 2013. British manufacturing...
London, United Kingdom
Flowers bloom in front of the Bank of England in the City of London
Flowers bloom in front of the Bank of England in the City of London August 6, 2013. British manufacturing grew much more strongly than expected in June, suggesting the country's recovery is broadening just as the Bank of England prepares to set out its plan for steering the economy back to health. Car sales also rose, house prices continued to climb and British retailers had their best month since 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTX12BUT
August 06, 2013
Workers relax during the lunch hour outside the Bank of England in the City of London August 6, 2013....
London, United Kingdom
Workers relax during the lunch hour outside the Bank of England in the City of London
Workers relax during the lunch hour outside the Bank of England in the City of London August 6, 2013. British manufacturing grew much more strongly than expected in June, suggesting the country's recovery is broadening just as the Bank of England prepares to set out its plan for steering the economy back to health. Car sales also rose, house prices continued to climb and British retailers had their best month since 2006. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE SOCIETY)
Business Profile
Business Profile
Bank of England's New Governor Carney - 02 Jul 2013
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BRITAIN/
RTX118J1
July 01, 2013
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, attends a monetary policy committee (MPC) briefing...
London, United Kingdom
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, attends a monetary policy committee briefing on his...
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, attends a monetary policy committee (MPC) briefing on his first day at the central bank's headquarters in London July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Alden/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS HEADSHOT)
BRITAIN-DOWNGRADE/MOODYS
RTR3E5X5
February 23, 2013
A bus passes the Bank of England in the City of London February 23, 2013. Britain suffered its first...
London, United Kingdom
A bus passes the Bank of England in the City of London
A bus passes the Bank of England in the City of London February 23, 2013. Britain suffered its first ever sovereign ratings downgrade from a major agency on Friday when Moody's stripped the country of its coveted top-notch triple-A rating, dealing a major blow to finance minister George Osborne. REUTERS/Neil Hall (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTR3AWQZ
November 26, 2012
Busses pass the Bank of England in the city of London November 26, 2012. Britain named Canadian central...
London, United Kingdom
Busses pass the Bank of England in the city of London
Busses pass the Bank of England in the city of London November 26, 2012. Britain named Canadian central bank chief Mark Carney on Monday as the next governor of the Bank of England, springing the surprise choice of a foreigner to help steer the world's sixth-largest economy out of stagnation. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTR3AWQY
November 26, 2012
A general view shows the Bank of England in the city of London November 26, 2012. Britain named Canadian...
London, United Kingdom
A general view shows the Bank of England in the city of London
A general view shows the Bank of England in the city of London November 26, 2012. Britain named Canadian central bank chief Mark Carney on Monday as the next governor of the Bank of England, springing the surprise choice of a foreigner to help steer the world's sixth-largest economy out of stagnation. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BOE/
RTR3AWPO
November 26, 2012
A bus passes the Bank of England in the city of London November 26, 2012. Britain named Canadian central...
London, United Kingdom
A bus passes the Bank of England in the city of London
A bus passes the Bank of England in the city of London November 26, 2012. Britain named Canadian central bank chief Mark Carney on Monday as the next governor of the Bank of England, springing the surprise choice of a foreigner to help steer the world's sixth-largest economy out of stagnation. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BOE/LIQUIDITY
RTR33NI4
June 15, 2012
People walk and jog past the Bank of England, London June 15, 2012. The Bank of England announced on...
London, United Kingdom
People walk and jog past the Bank of England
People walk and jog past the Bank of England, London June 15, 2012. The Bank of England announced on Friday it will hold its first emergency liquidity-providing operation for banks next week as part of a package of measures aimed at getting credit flowing through Britain's economy as the euro zone debt crisis deepens.
The BoE said it would hold at least one Extended Collateral Term Repo Facility per month until further notice and would offer at least 5 billion pounds at each operation.REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2UETX
November 24, 2011
John Keyworth, curator at the Bank of England Museum, poses with the new 50 pound note (top) its earliest...
London, United Kingdom
John Keyworth, curator at the Bank of England Museum, poses with the new 50 pound note in London
John Keyworth, curator at the Bank of England Museum, poses with the new 50 pound note (top) its earliest surviving predecessor from 1732, in London November 24, 2011. The exhibition "Secure By Design - The Boulton & Watt £50 Note" runs until March 23, 2012 at the Bank of England Museum. REUTERS/Chris Helgren (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2L3LV
April 11, 2011
The Bank of England is seen between pillars in the City of London April 11, 2011. Britain's top shares...
London, United Kingdom
The Bank of England is seen between pillars in the City of London
The Bank of England is seen between pillars in the City of London April 11, 2011. Britain's top shares rose on Monday, with banks firmer on relief about a report from the Independent Commission on Banking, but some investors were wary as the index nears peak levels ahead of corporate earnings. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2L3LS
April 11, 2011
The Bank of England is seen behind a flower bed in the City of London April 11, 2011. Britain's top...
London, United Kingdom
The Bank of England is seen behind a flower bed in the City of London
The Bank of England is seen behind a flower bed in the City of London April 11, 2011. Britain's top shares rose on Monday, with banks firmer on relief about a report from the Independent Commission on Banking, but some investors were wary as the index nears peak levels ahead of corporate earnings. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTR2KCJR
March 24, 2011
A woman wearing a fancy dress costume based on the cartoon character 'Tweetie Pie' raises money for charity...
London, United Kingdom
A woman wearing a fancy dress costume raises money for charity outside the Bank of England in the City...
A woman wearing a fancy dress costume based on the cartoon character 'Tweetie Pie' raises money for charity outside the Bank of England in the City of London March 24, 2011. Britain is dependent on what may be over-optimistic forecasts of strong growth in 2013 and 2014 to meet deficit-reduction targets needed to keep its triple-A credit rating, analysts said on Thursday. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/
RTR2D5VW
April 23, 2010
The Bank of England is seen behind blossoming flowers in the City of London April 23, 2010. The economic...
London, United Kingdom
The Bank of England is seen behind blossoming flowers in the City of London
The Bank of England is seen behind blossoming flowers in the City of London April 23, 2010. The economic recovery lost ground in the first three months of this year as the harshest winter in three decades hit retailers and industry, official data showed on Friday. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTR2C08L
March 24, 2010
A man travels in a double-decker bus as it passes the Bank of England in central London March 24, 2010....
London, United Kingdom
A man travels in a double-decker bus as it passes the Bank of England in central London
A man travels in a double-decker bus as it passes the Bank of England in central London March 24, 2010. Britain's Labour government looks set on Wednesday to use its last budget before an election that is just weeks away to cut borrowing in an effort to calm investors and voters nervous about a record budget deficit. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTR2C07Z
March 24, 2010
A man reads a newspaper outside the Bank of England in central London March 24, 2010. Britain's Labour...
London, United Kingdom
A man reads a newspaper outside the Bank of England in central London
A man reads a newspaper outside the Bank of England in central London March 24, 2010. Britain's Labour government looks set on Wednesday to use its last budget before an election that is just weeks away to cut borrowing in an effort to calm investors and voters nervous about a record budget deficit. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-BUDGET/
RTR2C07X
March 24, 2010
People wait at a bus stop outside the Bank of England, in central London March 24, 2010. Britain's Labour...
London, United Kingdom
People wait at a bus stop outside the Bank of England in central London
People wait at a bus stop outside the Bank of England, in central London March 24, 2010. Britain's Labour government looks set on Wednesday to use its last budget before an election that is just weeks away to cut borrowing in an effort to calm investors and voters nervous about a record budget deficit. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-BANK/RATES
RTR29TSM
February 04, 2010
A plaque depicting Britannia is seen on the outside of the Bank of England in the City of London February...
London, United Kingdom
A plaque depicting Britannia is seen on the outside of the Bank of England in the City of London
A plaque depicting Britannia is seen on the outside of the Bank of England in the City of London February 4, 2010. Britain's Bank of England put a hold on its unprecedented 200 billion pound asset-buying programme for the first time in 11 months on Thursday, but left the door open for more so-called quantitative easing if the economy relapsed. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTXRARS
November 30, 2009
A woman carries an umbrella during a rain shower as she walks past the Bank of England in London November...
London, United Kingdom
A woman carries an umbrella during a rain shower as she walks past the Bank of England in London
A woman carries an umbrella during a rain shower as she walks past the Bank of England in London November 30, 2009. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTXCYXT
March 19, 2009
Daffodils in bloom adorn flowerbeds in front of the Bank of England in the City of London March 19, 2009....
London, United Kingdom
Daffodils in bloom adorn flowerbeds in front of the Bank of England in the City of London
Daffodils in bloom adorn flowerbeds in front of the Bank of England in the City of London March 19, 2009. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRITAIN-BANK/RATES
RTXCDL2
March 05, 2009
A view of Britain's Bank of England in the city of London March 5, 2009. The Bank of England cut interest...
London, United Kingdom
A view of Britain's Bank of England in the city of London
A view of Britain's Bank of England in the city of London March 5, 2009. The Bank of England cut interest rates by another 50 basis points on Thursday to a record low of 0.5 percent, and said it would buy assets worth 75 billion sterling in a drive to help the British economy by expanding the money supply. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-KING/
RTR23NWJ
January 20, 2009
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King delivers his first keynote address of the year at a Confederation...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Bank of England Governor King delivers his first keynote address of the year at CBI dinner in Nottingham...
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King delivers his first keynote address of the year at a Confederation of British Industry (CBI) dinner in Nottingham, central England January 20, 2009. King said on Tuesday the central bank was actively considering how it could buy up assets under the government's scheme to get credit flowing, with the first purchases possibly due in weeks. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BANKS/RBS
RTR23LKU
January 19, 2009
A sign belonging to a branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland is seen in the City of London January 19,...
London, United Kingdom
A sign belonging to a branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland is seen in the City of London
A sign belonging to a branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland is seen in the City of London January 19, 2009. Royal Bank of Scotland unveiled the biggest loss in British corporate history on Monday, overshadowing a second government bailout for the sector and sending its shares reeling to a 23-year low. RBS said it would report a 2008 loss of up to 28 billion pounds, driven largely by a goodwill impairment charge of 15 to 20 billion pounds related to its acquisition of parts of Dutch rival ABN AMRO in 2007. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/BANKS
RTR23GK8
January 16, 2009
People walk through the Royal Exchange with the Bank of England (R) seen behind in central London January...
London, United Kingdom
People walk through Royal Exchange with Bank of England seen behind in central London
People walk through the Royal Exchange with the Bank of England (R) seen behind in central London January 16, 2009. New British government measures to boost bank lending could come as early as next week, a Treasury source told Reuters on Friday. Officials are looking at a range of options to unblock frozen credit markets and plans to guarantee interbank lending are likely to feature high on the agenda of any package, the source said. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BANK/
RTR236EK
January 08, 2009
The doors of the Bank of England are pictured in the City of London January 8, 2009. The Bank of England...
London, United Kingdom
Doors of the Bank of England are pictured in the City of London
The doors of the Bank of England are pictured in the City of London January 8, 2009. The Bank of England cut interest rates by half a percentage point on Thursday to a record low of 1.5 percent and is widely expected to cut again in February as it battles to prevent Britain from falling into a deep slump. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BANK/RATES
RTR228Y6
December 04, 2008
Buttons are seen on the uniform of a Bank of England doorkeeper, on duty at the Bank of England in London,...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows the buttons on the uniform of a Bank of England doorkeeper in London
Buttons are seen on the uniform of a Bank of England doorkeeper, on duty at the Bank of England in London, in this March 25, 2008 file photograph. The Bank of England slashed interest rates by a full percentage point on December 4, 2008, to shore up Britain's crumbling economy and head off the threat of deflation.. Photograph taken March 25, 2008 REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BANK/RATES
RTR228Y4
December 04, 2008
A logo bearing an image of Britannia is seen in the Bank's reception hall, in London in this March 25,...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows a logo bearing an image of Britannia in the reception hall of the Bank of England...
A logo bearing an image of Britannia is seen in the Bank's reception hall, in London in this March 25, 2008 file photograph. The Bank of England slashed interest rates by a full percentage point on December 4, 2008, to shore up Britain's crumbling economy and head off the threat of deflation. . Photograph taken on March 25, 2008 REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTXAX30
November 24, 2008
Greenpeace activists hang a banner on the Bank of England, in central London November 24, 2008. REUTERS/Alessia...
London, United Kingdom
Greenpeace activists hang a banner on the Bank of England in central London
Greenpeace activists hang a banner on the Bank of England, in central London November 24, 2008. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTXAG90
November 10, 2008
Actors dressed as Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and a city "fat cat'' banker lie in bed together...
London, United Kingdom
Actors dressed as Britain's Prime Minister Brown and a city "fat cat'' banker lie in bed together outside...
Actors dressed as Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown (R) and a city "fat cat'' banker lie in bed together outside London's Bank of England during a publicity stunt by anti-poverty and environmental groups November 10, 2008. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BANK/RATES
RTXAC0D
November 06, 2008
A London newspaper advertising board is seen outside the Bank of England in central London November 6,...
London, United Kingdom
A London newspaper advertising board is seen outside the Bank of England in central London
A London newspaper advertising board is seen outside the Bank of England in central London November 6, 2008. The Bank of England made a shock 1-1/2 percentage point cut in interest rates on Thursday to just 3 percent, their lowest level in more than half a century, as it seeks to prevent the country from sliding into a deep recession. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTX9EQ6
October 10, 2008
Anti-capitalist student protestors demonstrate outside the Bank of England in London October 10, 2008....
London, United Kingdom
Anti-capitalist student protestors demonstrate outside the Bank of England in London
Anti-capitalist student protestors demonstrate outside the Bank of England in London October 10, 2008. Britain's top share index slid 8.2 percent by midday on Friday in a global sell-off in equities as investors feared government efforts to unclog liquidity strains would not avert a global recession. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTX9CAX
October 08, 2008
Balloons which are part of an art project by students from the Royal Academy of Art are placed in front...
London, United Kingdom
Balloons, which are part of an art project by students from the Royal Academy of Art, are placed in front...
Balloons which are part of an art project by students from the Royal Academy of Art are placed in front of the Bank of England in London, October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN)
FINANCIAL/EXCHANGES
RTR221ZT
September 19, 2008
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television...
London, United Kingdom
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television...
An actor in a bowler hat is silhouetted in front of the Bank of England during the filming of a television programme in central London September 19, 2008. Regulators brought in rules on Friday to prevent investors profiting from falling financial stocks, helping fuel a furious rally in banks and other stocks battered by the deepening global credit crisis. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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August 07, 2008
A bar of gold bullion is seen in the museum of the Bank of England, in London in this March 25, 2008...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows a bar of gold bullion in the museum of the Bank of England in London
A bar of gold bullion is seen in the museum of the Bank of England, in London in this March 25, 2008 file photograph. The Bank of England held interest rates at 5.0 percent on August 7, 2008, for the fourth straight month, and borrowing costs are expected to remain on hold for a while as policymakers balance slowing growth and rising inflation. Photograph taken on March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files (BRITAIN)
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August 07, 2008
A tourist is seen reflected in perspex as he views a bar of gold bullion in the museum of the Bank of...
London, United Kingdom
File photograph shows a tourist is reflected in perspex as he views a bar of gold bullion in the museum...
A tourist is seen reflected in perspex as he views a bar of gold bullion in the museum of the Bank of England, in London in this March 25, 2008 file photograph. The Bank of England held interest rates at 5.0 percent on August 7, 2008, for the fourth straight month, and borrowing costs are expected to remain on hold for a while
as policymakers balance slowing growth and rising inflation. Photograph taken on March 25, 2008. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor(BRITAIN)
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July 23, 2008
Construction workers sit amongst the columns of the Bank of England in central London July 23, 2008....
London, United Kingdom
Construction workers sit amongst the columns of the Bank of England in central London
Construction workers sit amongst the columns of the Bank of England in central London July 23, 2008. One Bank of England policy maker wanted to raise the rate whilst another wanted to drop it, but the remaining seven chose to keep borrowing costs steady as both the inflation and growth outlook had worsened according to the minutes of the meeting. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
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July 23, 2008
A pedestrian uses his mobile phone as he waits for a bus amongst the columns of the Bank of England in...
London, United Kingdom
A pedestrian uses his mobile phone as he waits for a bus amongst the columns of the Bank of England in...
A pedestrian uses his mobile phone as he waits for a bus amongst the columns of the Bank of England in central London July 23, 2008. One Bank of England policy maker wanted to raise the rate whilst another wanted to drop it, but the remaining seven chose to keep borrowing costs steady as both the inflation and growth outlook had worsened according to the minutes of the meeting. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN)
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June 17, 2008
A relief of Britannia, the symbol of the Bank of England, is pictured in the museum of the Bank of England,...
London, United Kingdom
A relief of Britannia, the symbol of the Bank of England, is pictured in the museum of the Bank of England...
A relief of Britannia, the symbol of the Bank of England, is pictured in the museum of the Bank of England, London in this March 25, 2008 file photograph. The inflation rate rose more than expected in May to its highest since the Labour government came to power in 1997 and the Bank of England will now have to explain how it will bring prices back under control. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files (BRITAIN)
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June 05, 2008
The Court Room is seen reflected from a polished table in the Bank of England in London, in this photograph...
London, United Kingdom
The Court Room is seen reflected from a polished table in the Bank of England in London
The Court Room is seen reflected from a polished table in the Bank of England in London, in this photograph dated March 25, 2008. The Bank of England held interest rates at 5 percent for the second month running on Thursday despite growing evidence that the economy is braking sharply and signs the housing market could be in for a hard landing. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
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