IMF paper examines causes of financial market spillovers

Central Banking | 20 Oct 2014

Research finds financial market spillovers are affected by ‘bilateral portfolio asset holdings, as well as a country’s geographical preferences’

Topics: IMF, Bonds, trade


The global financial architecture is broken

Central Banking Journal | 20 Oct 2014

Topics: Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong, Federal Reserve, IMF

Andrew Sheng says international monetary system is fundamentally flawed

Central Banking | 17 Oct 2014

Topics: Securities and Futures Commission, Hong Kong, Federal Reserve, IMF

Top regulators seek to dispel myth of global regulatory harmonisation

Central Banking | 16 Oct 2014

Topics: Jon Cunliffe, IMF, US Treasury, Financial Stability Board (FSB)

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

IMF launches consultation with external advisors on Islamic finance

Central Banking | 12 Oct 2014

Topics: IMF, Islamic finance

Carney: G-20 summit will be ‘watershed’ in TBTF efforts

Central Banking | 12 Oct 2014

Topics: Mark Carney, Bank of England, Financial Stability Board (FSB), Libor, IMF

IMF calls for ‘modified pari passu clauses’ in new international sovereign bonds

Central Banking | 08 Oct 2014

Topics: IMF, Sovereign debt, Argentina

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

Lagarde sees black clouds over monetary policy normalisation

Central Banking | 03 Oct 2014

Topics: Christine Lagarde, IMF, monetary policy, United States, Emerging markets

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