Dollar and renminbi can coexist as global currencies, Eichengreen says

Central Banking | 21 Oct 2014

Bank of Korea paper finds that ‘networks are open and several international currencies can coexist’, suggesting the dollar and the renminbi will share the role in the future

Topics: United States, Dollar, Bank of Korea, China, Chinese renminbi (RMB)


Amro revamped in agreement struck at IMF meetings

Central Banking | 13 Oct 2014

Topics: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), China, Japan, Korea, South, Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralization

Zhou backs Chinese growth target in face of slowdown

Central Banking | 13 Oct 2014

Topics: Zhou Xiaochuan, People's Bank of China, China, growth, IMF

PBoC chief economist sees ‘very low’ risk of hard landing

Central Banking | 12 Oct 2014

Topics: People's Bank of China, China, GDP, Labour

BIS paper investigates factors behind birth and death of benchmarks

Central Banking | 07 Oct 2014

Topics: Bonds, Bank for International Settlements, Libor, China, Brazil

Bank of Lithuania invests $100 million into Chinese capital markets

Central Banking | 06 Oct 2014

Topics: Bank of Lithuania, Lithuania, China, Reserves

IMF flags up uneven application of shadow banking regulations

Central Banking | 01 Oct 2014

Topics: Shadow banking, IMF, China, Eurozone, Emerging markets

BIS paper unveils refined measure for Chinese inflation

Central Banking | 26 Sep 2014

Topics: Inflation, China, People's Bank of China, Bank for International Settlements

Zhou may be replaced as PBoC governor, says WSJ

Central Banking | 24 Sep 2014

Topics: China, People's Bank of China, Zhou Xiaochuan, Guo Shuqing

Latvian paper proposes refinement to definition of trade

Central Banking | 22 Sep 2014

Topics: trade, Bank of Latvia, China, Emerging markets

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