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Dutch say US stress tests produced ‘valuable information’

Central Banking | 15 Apr 2014 secure

Researchers find the disclosure of stress test results in the wake of the financial crisis had a ‘strong’ effect on credit default swap spreads, but less of an impact on stock returns

Topics: Netherlands, United States, Stress tests

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FOMC minutes reveal disagreement on forward guidance

Central Banking | 10 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Janet Yellen, Federal Reserve, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), Forward guidance, United States

Effect of a monetary policy shock is volatile over time

Central Banking | 09 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: monetary policy, United States, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

US banks get stay on Volcker rule

Central Banking | 08 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Volcker rule, Federal Reserve, United States

Fannie and Freddie served as 'disciplining device' in sub-prime market

Central Banking | 02 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Financial crisis, United States

Richmond Fed study shows 'dramatic crossover' in payment methods of US citizens

Central Banking | 01 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Payments, United States

Fed finds 75% of US citizens reluctant to pay by phone

Central Banking | 26 Mar 2014 secure

Topics: United States, Federal Reserve, Mobile banking

Stress test revisions ‘an embarrassment’ for the Fed

Central Banking | 25 Mar 2014 secure

Topics: Federal Reserve, Stress tests, United States

Federal Reserve banks earned $81.4 billion in 2013

Central Banking | 17 Mar 2014 secure

Topics: Federal Reserve, United States, Sovereign debt

Ukraine wins EU rescue package as finance ministry threatens debt restructure

Central Banking | 05 Mar 2014 secure

Topics: Ukraine, National Bank of Ukraine, European Commission, IMF, United States

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