Devaluation would not hit Albanian short-run trade balance, research suggests

Central Banking | 26 Feb 2014 secure

Evaluation of Albanian trade with its biggest trading partners finds little evidence of the deterioration in trade balance suggested by the ‘J-curve' hypothesis

Topics: Albania, Bank of Albania, trade


ECB paper says global economy still haunted by ‘spectre of protectionism’

Central Banking | 29 Nov 2013 secure

Topics: ECB, G-20, trade

ECB paper proposes new metrics for competitiveness

Central Banking | 22 Nov 2013 secure

Topics: ECB, trade

Macklem says Canadian exporters must look to new markets

Central Banking | 02 Oct 2013 secure

Topics: growth, trade, Canada, Bank of Canada, Macklem, Exports

Terms of trade volatility exacerbates shock effects for small open economies

Central Banking | 22 Aug 2013 secure

Topics: trade

Fall in equities most significant global impact of euro crisis, says ECB paper

Central Banking | 13 Aug 2013 secure

Topics: Eurozone, ECB, trade

Incomplete information can lessen the effect of shocks, paper finds

Central Banking | 26 Jul 2013 secure

Topics: Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia, trade

RBI report condemns ‘excessive’ gold demand

Central Banking | 03 Jan 2013 secure

Topics: India, Reserve Bank of India, Gold, trade, Reserves

Asic to consult on trade repositories in first quarter 2013

Central Banking | 17 Dec 2012 secure

Topics: Australia, trade, Over-the-counter derivatives, HKMA, The Monetary Authority of Singapore

Solomon Islands hit by trade deficit

Central Banking | 19 Oct 2012 secure

Topics: Central Bank of Solomon Islands, Solomon Islands, trade, Inflation

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