Yeah, sure, FT: 'Governor Mark Carney sweeps aside secrecy at Bank of England'


Of course not for records of the bank's gold transactions and those of its "customers." What puffery!

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Governor Mark Carney Sweeps Aside Secrecy at Bank of England

By Chris Giles
Financial Times, London
Thursday, December 11, 2014

Mark Carney, Bank of England governor, swept aside much of the secrecy that traditionally surrounds the central bank's deliberations on Thursday, promising to publish voting details and minutes of interest rate decisions at the same time they are announced.

The bank also wants to hold fewer monetary policy meetings each year and, after reviewing its practice of deleting recordings, has decided it will publish transcripts of monetary policy meetings after a delay of eight years. ...

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