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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is expected to give Facebook's proposed digital currency Libra a cautious welcome in a major speech on Thursday. He will say it could could substantially lower costs and increase financial inclusion, but needs regulation. Mr Carney is also expected to announce that non-banks will be able to hold Bank of England accounts. And he will highlight climate and sustainability concerns. Mark Carney has given a swift and positive reaction to Facebook's plan, unveiled just last week, and one that will no doubt please Mark Zuckerberg and his partners. However, while Mr Carney will say he has an open mind, he is not offering an open door. Unlike social media, wher... Full story

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