Threadneedle Street


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Threadneedle Street

a street in the City of London famous for its banks, including the Bank of England, known as The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street
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Staff at the Bank of England's Threadneedle Street headquarters are to strike demanding better pay.
2bn and encouraging speculation that the Treasury and Threadneedle Street are preparing to deal with swings in the value of sterling around the time of the referendum.
So, it's not influence at Westminster, Buckingham Palace or Threadneedle Street that Villa need.
A Bank of England boss responsible for helping to keep the UK economy on an even keel has quit Threadneedle Street for big oil.
ABANKof of K of England boss responsible for helping to keep the UK economy on an even keel has quit Threadneedle Street for an oil firm.
With its own entrance off Threadneedle Street, Bonds serves seasonal British dishes with a modern twist using locally-sourced produce.
Women protesters dressed as Emmeline Pankhurst and warrior queen Boudicca have delivered a 30,000-signature petition to the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street.
Sometimes known as the "Old Lady" of Threadneedle Street, the Bank was founded in 1694, nationalised in 1946, and gained independence in 1997.
Threadneedles Hotel is claimed to be a luxurious boutique hotel located on Threadneedle Street, London.
Mr Ashbridge originally joined the Bank of England''s Liverpool branch in 1973, before transferring to Threadneedle Street in 1976, where he undertook a number of roles in the Bank''s exchange control, banking and international divisions.
In addition, the company stated training is still available at its centres at Threadneedle Street in London, Harrogate and Reading.
Yesterday, the Bank invited around 40 leading economists to Threadneedle Street for discussions over the impact of the strategy.