French paper examines impact of ECB policy changes on asset prices

Central Banking | 20 Oct 2014

Working paper considers how ‘policy shocks’ affected short-term interest rates, as well as the expected future path of short-term interest rates, between 2002 and 2013

Topics: Eurozone, European Central Bank, Banque de France, Interest rates

European Central Bank at night

Belgian review: Common debt will remain ‘taboo’ in Europe

Central Banking | 15 Oct 2014

Topics: Belgium, National Bank of Belgium, Debt, Sovereign debt, Eurozone

Eurozone shadow banks increase share of assets to 33%

Central Banking | 14 Oct 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Eurozone, Shadow banking

IMF's Blanchard warns macro-prudential tools ‘may not be up to the task'

Central Banking | 07 Oct 2014

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, IMF, Olivier Blanchard, Emerging markets, Eurozone

National Bank of Denmark narrows range of collateral it accepts

Central Banking | 02 Oct 2014

Topics: Denmark, National Bank of Denmark, collateral, Eurozone, Financial crisis, ECB

European economists analyse global value chains

Central Banking | 01 Oct 2014

Topics: Banco de Portugal, Portugal, Eurozone, Germany, France

IMF flags up uneven application of shadow banking regulations

Central Banking | 01 Oct 2014

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

IMF warns of new asset bubbles caused by ‘expansionary policies' post-crisis

Central Banking | 30 Sep 2014

Topics: IMF, Emerging markets, Eurozone, Financial crisis

Bundesbank unveils new card clearing infrastructure

Central Banking | 30 Sep 2014

Topics: Deutsche Bundesbank, Payments, Eurozone, Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa)

PBoC sanctions direct trading between renminbi and euro

Central Banking | 29 Sep 2014

Topics: People's Bank of China, Chinese renminbi (RMB), euro, Eurozone

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