Bank of England
New UK bank note to feature mathematician Turing
The Bank of England on Monday said World War II code-breaker Alan Turing had been chosen to feature on the back of Britain's new £50 banknote ($63, 56 euros).
Bank of England prepares cash access boost before Brexit
The Bank of England on Tuesday said it was preparing to give lenders greater access to cash borrowing in its latest move to help bring financial stability ahead of Brexit.
Bank of England holds rate awaiting Brexit deal
The Bank of England has voted to keep its main lending rate at 0.75 percent faced with "intensified Brexit uncertainties", minutes of its latest regular monetary policy meeting revealed Thursday.
Bank of England holds rate, cuts growth forecast
The Bank of England on Thursday left its key interest rate at 0.50 percent as it slashed the growth forecast for the British economy less than one year before Brexit.
Banks could support UK economy in disorderly Brexit
Britain's lenders could support the economy through a "disorderly" Brexit, the Bank of England said Tuesday, as the sector passed its latest round of stress tests.
Bank of England seen hiking rate for first time in decade
The Bank of England, battling Brexit-fuelled inflation rises, is set Thursday to lift its key interest rate for the first time since 2007, according to analysts.
Bank of England staff strike for first time in 50 years
Staff at the Bank of England began a three-day strike Tuesday, the first at Britain's central bank in more than 50 years, as part of a dispute over pay.
Bank of England tightens capital requirements as debt surges
The Bank of England on Tuesday said retail lenders need combined capital reserves of £11.4 billion ($14.5 billion, 12.9 billion euros) by the end of next year as UK household indebtedness surges.