Peru governor says Fed ‘normalisation’ will help reverse domestic slowdown

Central Banking | 18 Sep 2014 | screening image

Central Bank of Peru governor Jose Velarde says Fed has ‘probably not’ done enough to limit international spill-over, but growth in the US will partially offset a slowdown in China

Topics: Central Bank of Peru, Peru, monetary policy, Federal reserve, Julio Velarde, China


MAS' Ravi Menon on Fed policy, China and global regulation

Central Banking Journal | 10 Aug 2014

Topics: The Monetary Authority of Singapore, Singapore, Ravi Menon

Raghuram Rajan on the dangers of asset prices, policy spillovers and finance in India

Central Banking Journal | 06 Aug 2014

Topics: Reserve Bank of India, Raghuram Rajan, Inflation, Exchange rate

Paul Collier on central bank leadership, flawed policy and SWFs in Africa

Central Banking Journal | 13 May 2014

Topics: Africa, Inflation targeting, Sovereign wealth fund (SWF)

Amando Tetangco on central bank policy, fund flows and financial inclusion

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Central Bank of the Philippines, Amando Tetangco

Paul Volcker on inflation, QE exit and monetary system flaws

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Paul Volcker, Central Banking awards

Banque de France's Christian Noyer on bank runs, the euro crisis and a Fed-like ECB

Central Banking Journal | 17 Feb 2014

Topics: France, Banque de France, Eurosystem, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, banknotes, Target II, Financial crisis, Mario Draghi, Bundesbank, Jens Weidmann

Central Bank of Oman's Hamood Sangour Al Zadjali on the dollar, financial stability and Islamic finance

Central Banking Journal | 17 Feb 2014

Topics: Oman, Central Bank of Oman, Hamood Al Zadjali, payments, Reserves, Basel III, Financial Stability Board (FSB), Dollar, Macro-prudential regulation, banknotes

Bank of Lithanuia’s Vitas Vasiliauskas on Europe’s push to banking union

Central Banking Journal | 12 Aug 2013

Topics: Bank of Lithuania, Lithuania, Vitas Vasiliauskas, Banking union

Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago’s Jwala Rambarran on reform in the Caribbean

Central Banking Journal | 10 May 2013

Topics: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Jwala Rambarran

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