News/Reserves

RMB inclusion in SDR would open way for investment by advanced economies

Central Banking | 24 Jul 2014

More advanced-economy central banks would join Swiss National Bank and invest in onshore renminbi assets if the currency was included in SDR

Topics: Swiss National Bank, Chinese renminbi (RMB), IMF, Special drawing right (SDR), Reserve Bank of Australia

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Philippines should divert reserves to form a SWF, says BSP’s Medalla

Central Banking | 23 Jul 2014

Topics: Central Bank of the Philippines, sovereign wealth fund

SNB strikes deal to invest in Chinese bond market

Central Banking | 21 Jul 2014

Topics: Swiss National Bank, People's Bank of China, Swiss franc, Chinese renminbi (RMB)

ECB sees no clear rival to US dollar as global currency

Central Banking | 16 Jul 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Dollar, euro

Trinidad governor threatens senator with legal action over ‘defamatory' comments

Central Banking | 08 Jul 2014

Topics: Jwala Rambarran, Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, Independence

OECD warns taper hits developing-world growth prospects

Central Banking | 08 Jul 2014

Topics: OECD, Sovereign wealth fund (SWF)

Questions mount over Bank of Ghana's involvement in airlift of $3m football bonus

Central Banking | 30 Jun 2014

Topics: Bank of Ghana, Ghana, Dollar, Capital controls

RBNZ weighs ‘European presence' to aid reserve management

Central Banking | 27 Jun 2014

Topics: New Zealand, Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Reserve managers look to exit bonds sooner as global ‘taper' looms

Central Banking | 23 Jun 2014

Topics: Reserves, Robert Pringle, Bonds

Reserve managers to ‘reconnect’ with their central bank, says Bill Allen

Central Banking | 20 Jun 2014

Topics: Reserves, Central Bank of Hungary

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