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AcronymDefinition
BOEBased on Experience
BOEBoletín Oficial del Estado (Spanish)
BOEBarrel of Oil Equivalent
BOEBoard of Equalization
BOEBank of England
BOEBoard of Education
BOEBoard of Elections
BOEBrotherhood of Evil
BOEBill of Entry (various companies)
BOEBoard of Examiners
BOEBuilt on Express
BOEBuffer Overflow Exploits
BOEBusiness Objects Enterprise
BOEBarometer of Efficiency (Centrepoint; United Arab Emirates)
BOEBank of Employer
BOEBody of Evidence
BOEBind on Equip (gaming, World of Warcraft)
BOEBuffered Oxide Etch
BOEBasis Of Estimate
BOEBureau of Engineering
BOEBureau of Explosives
BOEBlue Ocean Event (climatology)
BOEBill of Exchange
BOEBored of Education (band)
BOEBlow Out Equipment (oil fields)
BOEBoeotian (linguistics)
BOEBénéficiaires de l'Obligation d'Emploi (French: Beneficiaries of Employment Obligation)
BOEBlades of Exile (computer game)
BOEBrewers of Europe (Brussels, Belgium)
BOEBoard of Executives
BOEBusiness Object Enterprise
BOEBenign Occipital Epilepsy
BOEBlack Ops Elite (Utah airsoft team)
BOEBatallon de Operaciones Especiales (special operations battallion)
BOEBrief of Evidence (legal)
BOEBoard of Exchange
BOEBill of Equipment
BOEBasic Operating Expenses
BOEBreak of Entry
BOEBrick on Edge (construction)
BOEBus Order Error
BOEBasic Oxide Etch
BOEBlanket Open End Contract
BOEBiodiversité des Organismes et Écologie (French: Biodiversity and Ecology of Organisms)
BOEBusiness Opportunity Evaluation
BOEBoard of Employees
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The Bank of England and (inset below) John McDonnell
The Bank of England survey found business demand for loans rose for a second straight quarter, with lenders saying firms wanted loans to fund mergers and acquisitions and for investment in property.
Specically, the Bank of England is focused on the amount of slack that it considers there to be in the economy.
Records reveal that the Bank of International Settlements asked the Bank of England to move gold, then valued at PS5.
Along with its central role in monetary policy, this Government has put the Bank of England back in charge of regulating our financial system so that we don't repeat the mistakes of the last decade.
That's why many economists think the Bank of England will soon sanction another round of monetary stimulus as it seeks to get the British economy going again.
The Bank of England said that the consumer prices index (CPI) could rise to between four per cent and five per cent in the near term.
While "a dip down in the economy" will slow interest-rate increases, that will leave the Bank of England "behind the curve" when it needs to tackle inflation, Lilico said.
Summary: The Bank of England is due to announce a decision about interest rates and quantitative easing.
Rob Elder, of the Bank of England, addressed members on the economy both nationally and internationally, giving some insight into the Bank's perspective on the coming months.
The Bank of England has begun quantitative easing measures, although these are more likely to be effective within a more transparent framework.
The Bank of England is tipped to cut its benchmark rate to 0.
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