BoE paper: ‘No evidence' QE operated via bank-lending channel in UK

Central Banking | 19 Sep 2014

If quantitative easing gives rise to short-lived deposits in a given bank, the traditional bank-lending channel is diminished, BoE paper finds

Topics: quantitative easing, United Kingdom, Bank of England

The Bank of England

Lower outside demand and structural bottlenecks explain EM slowdown, IMF paper finds

Central Banking | 19 Sep 2014

Topics: IMF, Financial crisis, Emerging markets

State-owned banks played counter-cyclical role in EMs following financial crisis

Central Banking | 18 Sep 2014

Topics: IMF, Emerging markets, Financial crisis

IMF paper: Colombia needs to lower collateral constraints to boost growth

Central Banking | 17 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Colombia, Colombia, IMF

Perceptions of monetary policy determine long-term bond yields, IMF paper finds

Central Banking | 16 Sep 2014

Topics: IMF, Federal Reserve, communication

Bank of England QE led institutional investors into corporate debt

Central Banking | 15 Sep 2014

Topics: Bank of England, quantitative easing, United Kingdom

IMF paper says long-term debt creates ‘incentive to default’

Central Banking | 15 Sep 2014

Topics: IMF, Sovereign debt

China could learn from Australia's financial reform, RBA paper finds

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Topics: Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia

Euro adoption linked to ‘modest’ increase in Estonian inflation

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Topics: Estonia, Bank of Estonia, European Central Bank, Inflation

Debt accumulation in advanced countries historically absorbed by increases in short-term foreign debt

Central Banking | 11 Sep 2014

Topics: Debt, Sovereign debt, IMF

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