Central Bank of Chile

Chilean study identifies ‘delicate’ relationship between prudential policy and bailouts

Central Banking | 17 Dec 2014

Liquidity requirements and prudential taxes are examples of prudential policies that may backfire, since they can increase the risk taken by banks in expectation of a bailout, research finds

Topics: Central Bank of Chile, Chile, bailout

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Chile’s economy affected by commodities price shocks, says central bank governor

Central Banking | 24 Oct 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Chile, Chile

Chile and Peru cut key rates by 25bp citing 'low dynamism'

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Chile, Chile, Central Bank of Peru, Peru, Interest rates, Inflation

Chile’s central bank governor laments ‘weak performance’ of economy

Central Banking | 04 Sep 2014

Topics: Chile, Central Bank of Chile, Rodrigo Vergara

Chile cuts interest rates to lowest level since February 2011

Central Banking | 15 Aug 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Chile, Chile, Emerging markets, Interest rates

Chile minutes reveal commitment to hit inflation target

Central Banking | 03 Jun 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Chile, Chile, monetary policy, Interest rates

Brazil fails to realise Latam financial stability grouping

Central Banking | 27 May 2014

Topics: Brazil, Central Bank of Brazil, Central Bank of Bolivia, Central Bank of Chile, Central Bank of Colombia, Central Bank of Paraguay, Central Bank of Peru, Central Bank of Uruguay

Open economy helps Chile brush aside Fed taper, says CBC's Vial

Central Banking | 23 May 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Chile, Chile, Bank of Mexico, Reserves

Chile paper finds increased pass-through from international to local inflation in OECD

Central Banking | 24 Apr 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Chile, Inflation, OECD

Chilean peso's precipitious fall is 'desirable', says Vergara

Central Banking | 02 Apr 2014

Topics: Rodrigo Vergara, Central Bank of Chile, Chile, Exchange rate

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