European reset on climate change, Ensuring financial stability at a time of high global debt

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European reset on climate change, Ensuring financial stability at a time of high global debt

Tuesday 3 December 2019  –  Vol.10 Ed.49.1

Commentary: European reset on climate change

By David Marsh in London

A ‘green deal for Europe’ is building momentum following massive public support for more radical action on climate change – even though the continent makes up a decreasing share of world emissions. The stage is set for a significant policy realignment linking Britain and the European Union after the UK election on 12 December. Both major parties contesting the December poll have given ‘green’ strategies a central position in policy manifestos. The opportunity has moved closer following a seminal shift in German politics at the weekend.

Read the full commentary on the website.

Jon Cunliffe, deputy governor for financial stability at the Bank of England

Meeting: Ensuring financial stability at a time of high global debt

Wednesday 15 January, London, 15:45-17:30 GMT

Against a backdrop of high global debt and political uncertainty, Jon Cunliffe, deputy governor for financial stability at the Bank of England, will set out how monetary policy can be implemented to ensure financial stability. Topics will include navigating potential financial risks as the UK exits the European Union and the outlook for wider EU financial stability against slow growth rates on the continent.

Request to attend the meeting.

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