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Bank of England Monetary Policy Reports

Inquiry

The Committee takes evidence from the Governor of the Bank of England and other members of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee to scrutinise the Bank's quarterly Monetary Policy Reports.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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24 May 2021
Inquiry Bank of England Monetary Policy Reports
Witnesses Andrew Bailey (Governor at Bank of England), Andy Haldane (Chief Economist at Bank of England), Michael Saunders (External Member, Monetary Policy Committee at Bank of England), and Sir Jon Cunliffe (Deputy Governor for Financial Stability at Bank of England)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
24 February 2021
Inquiry Bank of England Monetary Policy Reports
Witnesses Andrew Bailey (Governor at Bank of England), Ben Broadbent (Deputy Director at Bank of England), Jonathan Haskel (External member, Monetary Policy Committee at Bank of England at Bank of England), and Dr Gertjan Vlieghe (External member, Monetary Policy Committee at Bank of England at Bank of England)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
23 November 2020
Inquiry Bank of England Monetary Policy Reports
Witnesses Andrew Bailey (Governor at Bank of England), Andy Haldane (Chief Economist at Bank of England), Professor Silvana Tenreyro (External member of the Monetary Policy Committee at Bank of England), and Michael Saunders (External member of the Monetary Policy Committee at Bank of England)
Committees Treasury Committee
Oral Evidence
MPR0007 - Bank of England Monetary Policy Reports
Witnesses Bank of England
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
MPR0006 - Bank of England Monetary Policy Reports
Witnesses Bank of England
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence
MPR0005 - Bank of England Monetary Policy Reports
Witnesses Bank of England
Committees Treasury Committee
Written Evidence

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