LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney seemed unable to discover his wallet on Thursday while going to a national bank occasion to advance open comprehension of financial matters.
At the point when everybody in the room was made a request to take out a satchel or wallet, for instance of something that spoke to the economy, Carney chased in a few pockets previously experiencing a mental blackout.
"No money, Carney?" TV host and meeting mediator Ranvir Singh said playfully to the national bank senator.
Prior, the Canadian-conceived Carney said he initially went by the Liverpool region three decades back, when nearby shake assemble the Lightning Seeds - later understood for an England soccer song of praise - turned into his most loved band. He likewise underpins nearby soccer group Everton.