The Bank of England (BoE) might have raised interest rates for the first time in a decade this month to 0.5% - as expected by markets - but Charles Stanley chief investment officer Jon Cunliffe said Governor Mark Carney still faces credibility issues.
Cunliffe, who joined Charles Stanley in 2016 from the Tesco Pension scheme and works alongside chief global strategist John Redwood, said the rise was not needed and Carney had been "hedged into a corner"....
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