Robert Pringle's Viewpoint: The global finance system is in bad need of repair

Central Banking | 17 Dec 2014

Muddling through is not enough: neglect of global money can trigger political earthquakes that sweep away any chance of reasonable debate and compromise

Topics: Bank of England, IMF, Inflation targeting, China, India, Russia


The shift to a multi-polar world

Central Banking Journal | 20 Nov 2014

Topics: quantitative easing, ECB, Federal reserve, Janet Yellen, Bank of Japan, Mario Draghi, Haruhiko Kuroda, Dollar, Ronald McKinnon, G-20, IMF, Special drawing right (SDR), Chinese renminbi (RMB)

Robert Pringle’s Viewpoint: Time to cure central bankers’ deflation phobia

Central Banking | 19 Nov 2014

Topics: Bank of England, Federal reserve, Bank of Japan, Inflation targeting, Janet Yellen, Masaaki Shirakawa, Sovereign debt, Mark Carney

Robert Pringle’s Viewpoint: Stanley Fischer responds to the Fed’s foreign critics

Central Banking | 21 Oct 2014

Topics: Federal reserve, Stanley Fischer, Zeti Akhtar Aziz

Robert Pringle’s Viewpoint: A qualified case for Scottish independence

Central Banking | 16 Sep 2014

Topics: Bank of England, IMF, sterling, euro, ECB, Federal reserve

Robert Pringle's Viewpoint: Haldane plus Rajan = New model central bank?

Central Banking | 19 Aug 2014

Topics: Open-market operations, monetary policy, Inflation targeting, Macro-prudential regulation, Raghuram Rajan, Andrew Haldane, Bank of England, Reserve Bank of India

New frontiers for central banking

Central Banking Journal | 11 Aug 2014

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Andrew Haldane, Claudio Borio, Raghuram Rajan, Agustin Carstens, Ignazio Visco

Opinion: Sepa opens borders for European money

Central Banking | 01 Aug 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, Europe, Single Euro Payments Area (Sepa)

Opinion: Carney’s dismissal of using monetary policy to resist rising asset prices is 'vacuous'

Central Banking | 21 Jul 2014

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

Robert Pringle’s Viewpoint: Start policy normalisation now!

Central Banking | 18 Jul 2014

Topics: Interest rates, quantitative easing, Federal reserve, European Central Bank, Bank of Japan, Bank of England, Central bank mandates, Mark Carney

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