About Bank of England (BOE)
Bank rate 0.75%
Governor Mark Carney
Head quarters Thread needle Street, London
What is Bank of England (BOE)?
Bank of England is a central bank of the United Kingdom which was formed in 1694. Bank of England is responsible for setting the bank rates and also to maintain the Monetary Policy. Bank of England does not hold accounts for the public and also do not issue loans to the public. BOE is usually overshadowed by a Monetary Summary, which focuses more on the future. BOE interest rates is the rate at which the bank lends to financial institutions over night.
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