United States

Credit subsidies have 'disastrous consequences for the poor'

Central Banking | 18 Sep 2014

Credit subsidies are the product of perverse democratic incentives and a ‘short-sighted palliative for addressing economic inequality', argue leading academics in Central Banking Journal article

Topics: United States, Financial crisis, European Financial Stability Facility

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Carney says 'striking' labour market differences will prompt ‘less synchronised' monetary policy

Central Banking | 09 Sep 2014

Topics: Mark Carney, Bank of England, United States, United Kingdom, Unemployment

New York Fed report reviews risk-return trade-off between financial conditions and financial stability

Central Banking | 08 Sep 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve Bank of New York, United States, Macro-prudential regulation

Final liquidity rules issued for biggest US banks

Central Banking | 04 Sep 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Liquidity, Basel III, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, United States, Janet Yellen, Daniel Tarullo

US monetary tightening could have ‘long-lasting impact' in Peru, says IMF paper

Central Banking | 03 Sep 2014

Topics: Peru, China, United States

Yellen says rate hike ‘could come sooner than currently expected'

Central Banking | 24 Aug 2014

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

FOMC members ‘increasingly uncomfortable' with Fed's forward guidance

Central Banking | 21 Aug 2014

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

Unconventional monetary policy has heightened medium-term risks to banks, IMF paper finds

Central Banking | 15 Aug 2014

Topics: quantitative easing, IMF, United States, Eurozone

New York Fed president suggests Dodd-Frank has made investors ‘more skittish'

Central Banking | 13 Aug 2014

Topics: William Dudley, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, United States, Dodd-Frank Act, Financial crisis

Fed survey says 40% of US households still struggling to make ends meet

Central Banking | 08 Aug 2014

Topics: Janet Yellen, United States, Federal Reserve, communication

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