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Massive stimulus saved China from ‘great recession'

Central Banking | 16 Apr 2014 secure

The rest of the world could have avoided recession too, had other governments dared implement such a ‘bold and powerful' stimulus package, St. Louis Fed paper suggests

Topics: China, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis, Financial crisis, Recession

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Dutch say US stress tests produced ‘valuable information’

Central Banking | 15 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Netherlands, United States, Stress tests

Empirical study informed Friedman's shift to monetarism

Central Banking | 14 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Milton Friedman, Bank of Greece

Czechs discuss appropriate capital requirements for Sifis

Central Banking | 14 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Czech National Bank, Czech Republic, Sifi, too big to fail

Foreign banks acted as 'buffer' on Korean monetary policy during the crisis

Central Banking | 14 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Bank of Korea, Korea, South

Central bank communication key to herding behaviour, BoJ paper finds

Central Banking | 11 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Bank of Japan, communication, quantitative easing

Offshore renminbi has increasing impact on Asian exchange rates

Central Banking | 11 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Hong Kong, China, Chinese renminbi (RMB), Asia, Exchange rate

Effect of a monetary policy shock is volatile over time

Central Banking | 09 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: monetary policy, United States, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

French paper constructs credit risk indicators for eurozone

Central Banking | 08 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: France, Banque de France, Eurozone

Early-warning indicators ‘crucial' where imbalances don't cause inflation

Central Banking | 08 Apr 2014 secure

Topics: Hungary, Macroprudential, Central Bank of Hungary

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