Carney still has to pass the really hard UK tests
The smooth and the rough
The incoming Bank of England governor charmed the scrutinising UK parliamentary committee. He dodged hard questions and backtracked on his one mildly radical policy suggestion. But he didn’t sound ready to deal with big fiscal deficits or the British fixation on house prices.
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