This post is purely for posterity; a round-up of the media storm which Mark Carney kicked off with his innocent little speech.
The BBC lower the tone by getting confused: “Mark Carney suggests targeting economic output”
Sky News Editor Ed Conway: “Why we all need to know about NGDP”
Jeremy Warner at the Daily Telegraph: “It’s time the Old Lady was given more obvious growth objectives”
Larry Elliot at the Guardian: “New Bank of England governor Mark Carney mulls end of inflation targets”
Gavyn Davies at the FT: “Carney differs from Bank of England orthodoxy”
Chris Giles and George Parker at the FT: “Treasury open to Carney radicalism”
FT Editorial: “New broom clears way for Old Lady”
Chris Giles again: “Osborne should heed Carney’s message”
Faisal Islam, Channel 4: “Carney’s recent musing on UK jobs and housing bubbles”
Let me know if I’ve missed any.