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BoE minutes hint at dovish shift

Central Banking | 22 Oct 2014

Committee still split 7-2 in favour of holding rates, but language takes a more dovish tone with housing market and external environment providing cause for concern

Topics: Bank of England, monetary policy, Interest rates, Martin Weale


Armenian central bank looks to spark inflation ‘rebound’

Central Banking | 13 Oct 2014

Topics: Armenia, Central Bank of Armenia, Inflation

Iceland renovates approach to financial stability

Central Banking | 10 Oct 2014

Topics: Iceland, Central Bank of Iceland, Mar Gudmundsson

Netherlands Bank flags risk from ECB asset purchases

Central Banking | 08 Oct 2014

Topics: Netherlands Bank, ECB, Asset prices, Asset bubble

RBA’s Stevens lauds ‘substantial’ progress towards real-time payments

Central Banking | 06 Oct 2014

Topics: Reserve Bank of Australia, Payments, Australia

Czech economy generating ‘noticeable inflationary pressures’

Central Banking | 03 Oct 2014

Topics: Czech Republic, Czech National Bank, Inflation

Balance sheet saw ‘substantial’ growth in past year, says RBA’s Stevens

Central Banking | 02 Oct 2014

Topics: Reserve Bank of Australia, Australia, Glenn Stevens, Reserves, Payments

EM East Asian bond success could be undermined by ‘tighter liquidity’

Central Banking | 23 Sep 2014

Topics: Asian Development Bank, Asia, Federal Reserve, Bonds

FSB warns of ‘increasing signs of complacency' in financial markets

Central Banking | 18 Sep 2014

Topics: Financial Stability Board (FSB), Australia, risk

Brazilian MPC says inflation will converge to target within two years

Central Banking | 15 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Brazil, Brazil, Inflation

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