Mark Carney

Carney speaks at a Bank of England event in London, on Dec. 16, 2019, when he was the bank's governor (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth,pool)

Is the Liberal tent big enough for a Carney?

Paul Wells: The former central banker may have what it takes to survive partisan politics. But the big challenge would be cracking the current Liberal leadership’s hold on the party.
Carney leaves after a G-20 finance ministers plenary during the IMF-World Bank annual meeting in Washington on Oct. 18, 2019 (CP/Yuri Gripas/ABACAPRESS.COM)

Mark Carney’s next chapter(s)

Paul Wells: The former bank governor has written a book, done work for the UN, and takes calls from the PM. Now, will he run?
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Mark Carney sits down with Paul Wells: Maclean’s in Conversation

The former Bank of England and Bank of Canada governor is back in Ottawa with a new book. He discusses Brexit, the pandemic and more with Paul Wells.
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Mark Carney’s quiet return to Ottawa

Politics Insider for Aug. 11: The former Bank of Canada governor is back in Ottawa, the Tories want another WE probe and New Brunswick’s latest political gambit
Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney. (Photograph by Kate Peters)

Mark Carney heads to Ottawa

His stint as governor of the Bank of England is ending. Ottawa, here he comes—for some free time, and likely with a plan for a new path
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Talking Points: On Carney’s next move and the Senate’s best crew

Our short takes on the news of the week, from the Bank of England governor to an embarrassing choice of words
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Mark Carney and Brexit: A ‘rock star’ and a hard place

Fallout from the EU referendum is unlike any crisis the Bank of England governor has ever faced
London, UK. 23rd June, 2016. UK Weather: Massive Lightning strike over Canary Wharf business park buildings and River Thames © Guy Corbishley/Alamy Live News

Are low interest rates doing more harm than good?

In the wake of Brexit the world is once again looking to central banks to jump-start the economy with more stimulus. But are low rates doing more harm than good?
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Mark Carney to 2016 grads: ’Be flexible and adventurous’

For the record: What the Bank of England governor told graduates at the University of Alberta
Protest against the IMF/World Bank annual meetings in Lima

A world of economic hurt awaits Canada’s next government

The storm clouds gathering over the global economy will make it hard for the next government to deliver on its promises