LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Bank of England Governor Mark Carney appeared unable to find his wallet on Thursday while attending a central bank event to promote public understanding of economics.
When everyone in the room was asked to take out a purse or wallet, as an example of something that represented the economy, Carney hunted in several pockets before drawing a blank.
“No cash, Carney?” television host and conference moderator Ranvir Singh said jokingly to the central bank governor.
Earlier, the Canadian-born Carney said he first visited the Liverpool area three decades ago, when local rock group the Lightning Seeds - later well-known for an England football anthem - became his favourite band. He also supports local football team Everton.
Reporting by Phil Noble; Writing by David Milliken; Editing by William Schomberg