The Governor of the Bank of England has made a public statement saying that there's some cause for optimism about Britain's economic future.
What does GBE stand for?
GBE stands for Governor of the Bank of England (UK)
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- Géosciences Biologie Environnement (French: Environmental Biology Geosciences)
- Gesundheitsberichterstattung des Bundes (German: Federal Health Monitoring System)
- Gigabit Ethernet (IEEE 802.3z-1998)
- Ginkgo Biloba Extrakt
- Global Betting Exchange (online sports betting exchange, Dublin, Ireland)
- Global Business Environment
- Global Business Executive
- Glycine Betaine (molecular solvent)
- Government Business Enterprise (Australia)
- Grand Banks Energy (Canada)
- Grand Cross of the British Empire (Knight or Dame)
- Green Building Engineer (certification)
- Ground Based Element (Army National Missile Defense)
- Groupes Bibliques d'Entreprises (French: Biblical Business Groups)
- Georgia Business Education Association
- Global Business & Economics Anthology (Business & Economics Society International)
- Green Bay Education Association (Green Bay, WI)
- Gresham-Barlow Education Association (Oregon)
- Guide de Bonne Exécution des Analyses (French: Guide of Good Running Analysis)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: The governor of the Bank of England has insisted a "recovery is in sight" for the UK economy.
Carney will take over as Governor of the Bank of England from 1 July 2013.
Sir Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England and Matthew Boulton enthusiast was the guest of honour at an event celebrating the recent refurbishment of Soho House.
The Financial Services Authority has been widely considered too lenient, too lax, but even the Governor of the Bank of England may not be beyond criticism.
Sir Mervyn King, the Governor of the Bank of England.
The outspoken Governor of the Bank of England said the fury against them was "very real and wholly understandable".
Byline: Tim Twiddy MERVYN King, the Governor of the Bank of England has been telling us all for a few years now that although inflation is much higher than his 2 per cent target he has the situation under control and it will start falling soon and be approaching his target by the end of 2012.