Bank of England (BoE) governor Mark Carney has been asked by the government to stay for another year in a move to settle the City's Brexit concerns, according to a report.
This means Carney (pictured) would remain BoE governor until June 2020, staying for an extra year on top of his original departure date of June 2019. The report, in the London Evening Standard's Diary...
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