The Old Lady has found many firms are confident about the medium term future
A Bank of England survey has found firms are confident there
is low probability of a high-impact event in the UK financial
system over both the short and medium term.
The report, which polled 72 executives responsible for risk
management from a range of financial institutions, showed
confidence in the UK financial system on average risen, as
those that felt confident in the stability of the financial
system rose five points to 24%.
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