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Now is not the time to raise rates, says BOE chief

Carney warns that already weak wage growth risks a further loss of momentum as Britain prepares to leave EU

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Mr Carney said that whether Britain's large current account deficit was sustainable remained an open question.

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NOW is not the time to raise interest rates, Bank of England (BOE) governor Mark Carney said on Tuesday, warning that already weak wage growth risked a further loss of momentum as Britain prepares to leave the European Union (EU).

In a speech to London's banking community a

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