Analysis: Carney's introduction to BoE

In his first discussion of plans for running the Bank of England, Mark Carney put aside some of the more experimental ideas he has flirted with before but maintained a tough stance on the financial industry. When questioned by Parliament, Carney suggested that he is for further stimulus, though not necessarily quantitative easing; against nominal gross domestic product targeting; and in favour of strengthening bank capitalisation and forcing higher leverage ratios.

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