The global financial architecture is broken

Central Banking Journal | 20 Oct 2014

Central banks have taken over from Bretton Woods institutions in a multipolar world where actors are increasingly fearful of dealing in G-4 currencies, writes Andrew Sheng

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


The value of ETFs to central bank reserves managers

Central Banking Journal | 16 Oct 2014

Topics: Swiss National Bank, Bank of Lithuania, BlackRock, Gary Smith, Sandro Streit, Mindaugas Vaiciulis, Exchange-traded funds (ETFs), Global tactical asset allocation (GTAA), State Street Global Advisors, Vanguard Asset Management

Bank rules and their impact on inequality

Central Banking Journal | 22 Sep 2014

Topics: United States, China, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, Mortgage-backed securities, Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, United Kingdom

The viability of a commercial approach to central bank communication

Central Banking Journal | 16 Sep 2014

Topics: communication, European Central Bank, Federal Reserve, Forward guidance, Mario Draghi, Mervyn King, Bank of England

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

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

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

Choosing a suitable exchange rate suitable for price-takers

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

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

Financial inclusiveness and financial stability are key to success

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Bangladesh Bank, Bangladesh, Financial inclusion

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