Mark Carney said that climate change is an economic problem, stating that only 1/3rd of the biggest 1000 companies disclose the dangers that they are faced with with climate change, which makes investors not know who's ready for climate change. He also said that transitioning to green energy early could be worth trillions of dollars.
The author first talks about how there is a big housing bubble in Canada, the indicators being disposable income and household debt. He traces this back to Mark Carney, who did an excellent job of protecting Canada's economy during the crisis, but didn't do well after the crisis. Carney kept interest rates at one percent until he left for his job in 2013. This made the real interest rates negative, bringing too much capital into the real estate market, and creating a bubble.
This article talks about how in their effort to act autonomously and in the best way for their country, central bankers have disconnected themselves from their governments enough to take jobs with other countries, like Mark Carney did. This is a relatively new thing, shown by Mark Carney being the first non-Brit to be Governor of the Bank of England. Bessma Momami think that the way to get him back is to offer him a position in cabinet after the next election.
Mark Carney is a strong advocate against Brexit, stating that the new trade deals would not be beneficial for Britain. Made a pass at Boris Johnson who explained Brexit as Britain having their cake and eating it