Sounding more hawkish than the US Federal Reserve and the
European Central Bank, Mr Carney warned investors they were being
too relaxed about BoE plans to carry on easing Britain off its financial-crisis levels of near-zero borrowing costs.
"There are insufficient hikes in the current market curve to be consistent with our remit," he told reporters, referring to interest rate expectations embedded in financial market prices.
But for now, the BoE said, there was little risk from waiting to see if Britain can leave the European Union later this year without a big shock to the economy.
Its nine rate-setters all voted to keep its benchmark rate at 0.75 per cent on Thursday.
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