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Pedestrians walk past the Bank of England (BOE) in the City of London on July 14, 2016. The Bank of England kept Thursday its interest rate at 0.50 percent, but signalled a possible August cut in response to Britain's vote to exit the EU. At its first monetary policy meeting since the June 23 referendum vote on Brexit, the BoE also maintained the amount of cash stimulus pumping around the economy at £375 billion ($497 billion, 448 billion euros), it said in a statement.  / AFP PHOTO / NIKLAS HALLE'NNIKLAS HALLE'N/AFP/Getty Images

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Pedestrians walk past the Bank of England in the City of London. The Bank of England kept Thursday its interest rate at 0.50 percent, but signalled a possible August cut in response to Britain’s vote to exit the EU 

Bank of England governor Mark Carney speaks during a news conference at the Bank of England in London, Britain July 5, 2016. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

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Bank of England governor Mark Carney speaks during a news conference at the Bank of England in London 

Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, conducts the quarterly inflation report press conference in the Bank of England this morning.

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Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, conducts the quarterly inflation report press conference in the Bank of England on Wednesday.

Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, delivers his address to business leaders on August 28, 2013 in Nottingham, England. Carney's first policy speech as Bank of England governor is his chance to address investor doubts that he can keep interest rates on hold at a record low until at least late 2016. During his speech, Carney said officials are ready to add stimulus if investor expectations for higher interest rates rise too far and undermine the recovery.

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Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, delivers his address to business leaders on Wednesday in Nottingham, England. Mr Carney’s first policy speech as Bank of England governor is his chance to address investor doubts that he can keep interest rates on hold at a record low until at least late 2016. During his speech, Mr Carney said officials were ready to add stimulus if investor expectations for higher interest rates rose too far and undermined the recovery.

Mark Carney, the new Governor of the Bank of England, walks to a monetary policy committee (MPC) briefing on his first day on the job inside the central bank's headquarters in London Monday July 1, 2013.

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Mark Carney, the new Bank of England governor, walks to a Monetary Policy Committee briefing on his first day on the job at the central bank’s headquarters in London, UK.