Threadneedle Street

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City of London - Bank of England.


1.

The street in the City of London where the Bank of England is located.


2.

Nickname for the Bank of England.

Derived, in turn, from its longer nickname 'The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street'.


3.

By extension, the opinions or interests of officers and other employees of the Bank of England.


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How did the Bank of England get its nickname? 1797 cartoon