Lenders will withstand no-deal Brexit
Tenure ends in June 2019
Rate rises will be slower than predicted
Failure to layout framework for temporary permissions regime
'Any other decision would be a major surprise to markets': Chances of a May rate hike falls to just 8%
Drop of 90 percentage points in one month
Held rates at 0.5%
Held rates at 0.25%
In a letter to the Treasury Select Committee
Expects above target inflation for three years
Criticizes Remain campaign forecasts
Follows failed attempt last week
Equity markets down in morning trading
No change to QE programme
Governor says there will be "inevitable" market uncertainty
Juncker warns of 'unforseeable consequences'
Up from 0.1% in November
Will assess resilience to mass redemptions
McCafferty remains only member to vote for a hike
How bond managers are positioned for rest of 2015
How manageable are economic threats?
UK CPI inflation has turned negative for the first time on record, as the recent slump in the oil price continues to put deflationary pressures on the UK economy.
The Bank of England may have to resort to the interest rate cut that Governor Mark Carney alluded to in his Inflation Report speech this morning, according to some market watchers.
The Bank of England is planning to put the emerging market exposure of UK banks under scrutiny in the next round of stress tests.