Feature/Financial stability

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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ECB's Mario Draghi faces ongoing German ‘angst’

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Germany, ECB, Mario Draghi

Europe could learn from Germany’s macro-prudential approach

Central Banking Journal | 12 Aug 2013

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Germany, monetary policy, ECB, Bundesbank

The PBoC, the liquidity squeeze and market liberalisation

Central Banking Journal | 12 Aug 2013

Topics: People's Bank of China, China

A status report on Dodd-Frank and the Volcker rule

Central Banking Journal | 12 Aug 2013

Topics: Dodd-Frank Act, United States, European Union (EU), Financial crisis

New central bank policy mandates could cause vicious feedback loops

Central Banking Journal | 12 Aug 2013

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, monetary policy, Bank of England

The SSM, banking union and the future of prudential policy in Europe

Central Banking Journal | 10 May 2013

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Single supervisory mechanism, ECB

Deutsche Bundesbank’s losing struggle in European integration battle

Central Banking Journal | 28 Feb 2013

Topics: Deutsche Bundesbank, ECB, Federal Reserve, Single supervisory mechanism

Bretton Woods transcripts reveal global discord that still resonates today

Central Banking Journal | 28 Feb 2013

Topics: Bretton Woods, IMF, World Bank, John Maynard Keynes

Collateral problems in the euro area

Central Banking Journal | 28 Feb 2013

Topics: Systemic risk, ECB, Target II, collateral

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