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Mark Carney wants firms to say how they’ll cut carbon emissions. Ideally, he would use his new role as U.N. climate finance envoy to make such disclosure mandatory. But there’s only so much political capital to go round, writes @swahapattanaik: http://bit.ly/2SNq17j
Britain’s weak economic performance gives Carney a reason to cut interest rates, before making way for Andrew Bailey. It also allows the UK to catch up with the easing the Fed and the ECB delivered last year, says @swahapattanaik: https://bit.ly/387VbMJ @ReutersFlasseur
Middle East tensions have boosted oil prices more than those of gold. Tehran could yet attack Saudi oil fields or disrupt the Strait of Hormuz. Anything less would see gold, which was already in high demand, outperform: https://bit.ly/36wDPIF @swahapattanaik @ReutersFlasseur
Andrew Bailey succeeding Mark Carney as Governor of the Bank of England will be of no surprise to anyone who fiddled with this @Breakingviews calculator from @swahapattanaik a few months back. http://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/breakingviews/1/870/1140/index.html …
Christine Lagarde's choices: A debate on how to define the ECB's price stability mandate will embolden those who are fed up of ultra-loose policies. The battle will be bitter and played out in public, says @swahapattanaik: https://bit.ly/35nISKU @ReutersFlasseur
The ECB’s policy-making process is less formal and transparent than peers. Lagarde could change that by holding formal votes. Publishing the results may raise problems, but disclosing anonymous tallies would still be an improvement, says @swahapattanaik: https://bit.ly/2X5f172