LONDON (Reuters) – Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker, who lost out on the bank's top job to Canadian Mark Carney, will leave the BoE probably later this year. Tucker had been expected to stand down ever since Carney was named late last year as the surprise choice to succeed Mervyn King as governor. King is retiring from the BoE at the end of this month. Tucker is likely to stay on for the first months of Carney's term, which starts on July 1, and the exact date of his departure will be confirmed in due course, the central bank said in a statement. …
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