In 25 years’ time, we’ll probably find that the U.K.’s exit from the European Union had little effect on the City of London, says former Bank of England Governor Mervyn King.
Mervyn King on Brexit: What the U.K. Needs to Do Next:
The former governor of the Bank of England says that following the U.K.’s vote to leave the U.K. it must take action over trade, financial services, agriculture and the relationship between the Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. Videos published July 7, 2016, by WSJ.com.
Former BOE Chief Slams 'Absurd' Brexit Claims:
The former governor of the Bank of England slammed both sides of the U.K.’s EU referendum campaign for their “disgraceful” economic claims.
Eurozone Will Hobble Along, Says Former BOE Chief:
The former governor of the Bank of England says that the eurozone will continue to hobble on from one crisis to another for the foreseeable future.
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