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Bank Of England's Carney Says Britain Should Be Under No Illusions About Brexit Shock

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Bank Of England's Carney Says Britain Should Be Under No Illusions About Brexit Shock

Bank Of England's Carney Says Britain Should Be Under No Illusions About Brexit Shock

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said that Britain should be under no illusions about the likely shock to its economy if it leaves the European Union next month without a deal in place to ease the shock.

The United Kingdom is on course to exit the bloc on March 29th without a deal unless Prime Minister Theresa May manages to convince the EU to amend the deal that she agreed to in November and then convince British lawmakers to approve it.

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