'Brexit no longer poses the biggest threat to the UK's financial stability', Mark Carney tells MPs

Britain's exit from the European Union no longer poses the biggest threat to financial stability, the Bank of England's governor Mark Carney has said. 
But, speaking to MPs on the Treasury Select Committee this afternoon, Mr Carney added the process of adaptation to life outside the EU could 'amplify' those risks for the UK once again.
Carney's assurances came as the Footsie 100 index breached the 7300 mark this afternoon and the pound dropped to a new 31-year low against the US dollar if last year's flash crash is taken out of the equation.
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11 January 2017 in Business, Views: 49
Source: Daily Mail

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