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The international monetary ‘anti-system’

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

A network of systemic risk boards might improve stability in the absence of a viable international financial system, writes Jacques de Larosière.

Topics: Financial crisis, Bretton Woods, Jacques de Larosière, IMF

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A new wave for polymer banknotes

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Bank of England, banknotes, Polymer, Bank of Canada, Reserve Bank of Australia, Central Bank of Nigeria

Finance and the Holy See: creating a central bank

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Italy, ECB, Vatican

ECB's Mario Draghi faces ongoing German ‘angst’

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Germany, ECB, Mario Draghi

Central bank support for CCPs and TRs

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Central counterparty (CCP), Central Bank of Colombia

The case for hedging reserves portfolios with futures contracts

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Interest rates, hedge funds

Turkey’s pursuit of output-based models

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

IMF moves to unshackle programme countries' monetary policy

Central Banking | 02 May 2014

Topics: IMF, Moldova, Inflation targeting, Uganda

Independence no substitute for rules-based policy

Central Banking Journal | 17 Feb 2014

Topics: Economics, Independence, Inflation targeting, Phillips curve, Inflation, Milton Friedman, Allan Meltzer, Michael Parkin, Arthur Burns, John Taylor

Reassessing the sovereign investor nexus

Central Banking Journal | 17 Feb 2014

Topics: sovereign wealth fund

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