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Bank of England chief issues another Brexit warning
Published in The Egyptian Gazette on 14 - 09 - 2018

LONDON, Sept 14, 2018 (News Wires) - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney warned Friday that developments surrounding Brexit are "the most significant influences" on the economic outlook for Britain.
A day after he reportedly told Cabinet members that a disorderly Brexit could lead to economic problems akin to the 2008 global financial crisis, Carney said the bank was ready for any eventuality.
"The Bank of England is well-prepared for whatever path the economy takes, including a wide range of potential Brexit outcomes," he said in a speech in Dublin, Ireland.
"We have used our stress test to ensure that the largest U.K. banks can continue to meet the needs of UK households and businesses even through a disorderly Brexit, however unlikely that may be."
Brexit is officially due to take place in March but it's still unclear what Britain's relationship with the EU will be. On Thursday, the British government published another set of papers detailing what it thinks would happen in a disorderly Brexit, whereby Britain crashes out of the bloc with no deal.
The government warned that British driving licenses may not be eligible in continental Europe in such a scenario and that mobile phone users may see hefty increases in roaming charges.
At a special Cabinet debate on Brexit, Carney went further. According to multiple British media outlets, he warned ministers of a 35 percent crash in the British housing market, which plays a big role in the economy, as well as a severe increase in unemployment and disruptions in daily activities like air travel.


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