Market opening poses regulatory challenges as $7.6bn Ponzi scheme blows up
Global network of central banks could manage asset and FX price expectations
Is ‘big data’ for central banking as revolutionary as some claim?
Network techniques offer new insights into financial risk
The rapid growth of Islamic finance could undermine both financial stability and monetary policy if central banks do not set up sharia-compliant facilities
New bank capital rules are bridling Asean banks
Policy-makers should address challenges presented by economic and monetary system feedback loops
Former CNB deputy asks if the eurozone's LoLR system is fit for purpose?
The BIS has outlined its concerns, but are central banks listening?
An explanation of why Europe needed an expanded asset purchase programme
New report aims to lift the veil on Chinese policy-making
A supranational reserve currency could be created to prevent repeat financial crises
China’s direct foreign investments surpassed foreign countries' direct investments in 2014
Report offers potential for powerful data sharing but more needs to be done
The art of central banking has changed dramatically in frontier markets
A look at the various approaches central banks take in producing FSRs
Asset purchases by the ECB won't help differences in production costs
For applying ‘excess financial elasticity’ to the international economic system
Managing financial stability is nothing new for central banks
Central bankrs need to be the risk managers of the financial system
Anne Le Lorier on the challenges Eurosystem central banks have to address
BIS' Claudio Borio highlights the limitations of macro-prudential policies
Andrew Haldane says central banking is at the crossroads
A network of systemic risk boards might improve stability