normal profits After August 1987, for example, as the dollar fell, people rushed to buy sterling, the high-yielding currency, which rose from $1.65 to $1.90 in a very short time, up almost 20%. In order to limit the rise in the pound, the UK cut interest rates for several consecutive times between may and June 1988, falling from 10% to 7.5%, with the pound falling every time it cut interest rates. But the pound began to pick up again after the bank of England was forced to raise interest rates several times as the pound weakened too quickly and inflationary pressures increased. The bank of England says Britain is a European banker, and the imf welcomes the progress of Brexit - and that's what happened In general, the banking sector is healthier. While some banks are struggling, many banks have experienced improvements in operations. The following outstanding banks are chosen as based on eight measures on financial health including net interest margin, return normally equity, nonperforming loans, and reserves as being a percentage of NPLs. Consciously develop diverse and representative cultures The international monetary fund has strongly defended its gloomy forecast of the UK after brexit, saying a warning of a slowdown in growth is imminent.