News/Financial stability

Menon: ‘Too early’ to ease macro-prudential policies

Central Banking | 24 Jul 2014

Managing director says there are ‘some indications’ the property market is cooling down, but remains concerned by high prices and household debt

Topics: The Monetary Authority of Singapore, Ravi Menon, House prices, Macro-prudential regulation, Debt

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Bulgarian governor offers to step down

Central Banking | 23 Jul 2014

Topics: Bulgaria, Bulgarian National Bank, Ivan Iskrov, Independence

IMF staff note: Structural reforms 'more desirable' than nominal wage cuts in Europe

Central Banking | 22 Jul 2014

Topics: IMF, European Central Bank, Eurozone

Chiang Mai Initiative doubled in size to $240 billion

Central Banking | 17 Jul 2014

Topics: Chiang Mai Initiative Multilateralization, China, Japan, Korea, South

ECB sets out plans for disclosing comprehensive assessment results

Central Banking | 17 Jul 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Stress tests, Single supervisory mechanism, Danièle Nouy

Bulgaria turns to the ECB in wake of bank failures

Central Banking | 16 Jul 2014

Topics: Bulgaria, Bulgarian National Bank, ECB, Single supervisory mechanism

Carney tells parliament BIS report was 'made in a vacuum'; Kohn defends leverage ratio plans

Central Banking | 15 Jul 2014

Topics: Bank of England, Mark Carney, Bank for International Settlements

Bulgarian state to rescue majority of depositors at scandal-hit banking group

Central Banking | 14 Jul 2014

Topics: Bulgarian National Bank, Bulgaria

Israel publishes first financial stability report

Central Banking | 14 Jul 2014

Topics: Israel, Bank of Israel

Financial Policy Committee angles for full powers over UK leverage ratio regime

Central Banking | 11 Jul 2014

Topics: Bank of England, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, Financial Policy Committee (FPC) , Mark Carney, Leverage ratios

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