Carney is not allowed to discuss policy details so close to a committee meeting. Reuters
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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said Tuesday that a hit to Britain's economy from last month's decision by voters to leave the European Union could prompt the Bank to act, hinting again that more stimulus is on the way.Carney has previously given a more explicit signal that the BoE will act to cushion the impact of the vote. A week after the June 23 referendum, he said he expected the Bank to pump more stimulus into the economy over the summer.Before the referendum, the Bank said a Brexit vote could cause a material slowdown in the economy.
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