Syriza reaction: Exit fears overblown but bitter struggles to come

Central Banking | 26 Jan 2015

Economists respond to Greece’s new Syriza-led coalition government with mixed feelings, but see an exit from the euro as unlikely despite the coming north-south confrontation

Topics: Greece, Eurozone, euro, debt


Signs of reflation in Japan as Abe sweeps back to power

Central Banking | 15 Dec 2014

Topics: Japan, Bank of Japan, growth, Inflation

Central banks in SE Europe publish 19th century data

Central Banking | 08 Dec 2014

Topics: Bank of Albania, National Bank of Austria, Bulgarian National Bank, Bank of Greece, National Bank of Romania, National Bank of Serbia, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

BoJ launches ‘plain language’ economics journal

Central Banking | 01 Dec 2014

Topics: Japan, Bank of Japan, Bank of England

Richmond Fed economist sees obstacles to Islamic finance in the US

Central Banking | 27 Nov 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, United States, Islamic finance

Thomas Jordan dismisses monetary reform proposals

Central Banking | 24 Nov 2014

Topics: Swiss National Bank, Thomas Jordan, Broad money

BoE’s Forbes says financial ‘deglobalisation’ has upside

Central Banking | 19 Nov 2014

Topics: Kristin Forbes, Bank of England, Emerging markets

BoE to challenge orthodoxy with research ‘revolution’

Central Banking | 17 Nov 2014

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

Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect to go live next week

Central Banking | 10 Nov 2014

Topics: Hong Kong, China, Chinese renminbi (RMB), Norman Chan

Caruana sees role for BIS in ‘digital financial inclusion’

Central Banking | 03 Nov 2014

Topics: Jaime Caruana, Bank for International Settlements, Financial inclusion, Emerging markets, Reserve Bank of India

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