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Payments achitecture fit for the 21st century

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Globalisation, changes in FMIs and the emergence of new payment schemes will require ever closer co-operation to ensure the safety and efficiency of the underpinnings of the financial markets

Topics: Payments, Central counterparty (CCP), Virtual currencies, Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS), Bank for International Settlements, Benoît Cœuré

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Twenty-five defining moments

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Germany, Maastricht criteria, Federal Reserve, Zimbabwe, Bank of England, Glass-Steagall Act, ECB, Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems (CPSS), Mark Carney

The story of Central Banking

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Robert Pringle

Can central bankers live up to their role as the guardians of finance?

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Financial crisis, quantitative easing, IMF, Bank for International Settlements, ECB, Bank of Japan, Federal Reserve, Macro-prudential regulation

Financial inclusiveness and financial stability are key to success

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh, Financial inclusion

The evolving role of the Eurosystem and its national central banks

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Banque de France, European Central Bank, Data, Inflation targeting, Macroprudential, communication, Robert Mundell

Choosing a suitable exchange rate suitable for price-takers

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Exchange rate, IMF, Bretton Woods, Capital controls

The challenges for central banks

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Bank of Italy, Ignazio Visco, Macro-prudential regulation, Fiat money, ECB, Sovereign debt, euro

(Too) great expectations for macro-prudential?

Central Banking Journal | 07 Aug 2014

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Claudio Borio, Bank for International Settlements, Basel III, Swiss National Bank, Riksbank, Countercyclical, Systemic risk

Two future paths for central banking

Central Banking Journal | 05 Aug 2014

Topics: monetary policy, Financial crisis, Fiat money, Bretton Woods, Andrew Haldane, Bank of England

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