Research

Polish paper proposes new model for risk of ‘double default' on collateralised loans

Central Banking | 01 Aug 2014

Commonly used Gaussian copula-based approach does not properly capture the residual risk to central bank balance sheets posed by correlated defaults

Topics: collateral, Balance sheet

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Better budgeting tools could encourage low earners to switch from cash to card

Central Banking | 01 Aug 2014

Topics: Netherlands, Netherlands Bank, Debit cards, Cash

BoE working group finds ‘striking' changes in investment behaviour by insurers and pension funds

Central Banking | 31 Jul 2014

Topics: Bank of England, Andrew Haldane, Insurance, United Kingdom

BIS paper with New York Fed unveils new measure of underlying inflation

Central Banking | 30 Jul 2014

Topics: Bank for International Settlements, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Inflation

Preferential treatment distorts banks' demand for government bonds

Central Banking | 30 Jul 2014

Topics: Netherlands Bank, Bonds, Netherlands

Spanish economists see short-run benefits in structural reforms

Central Banking | 29 Jul 2014

Topics: Spain, Bank of Spain, Eurozone, European Central Bank

Cross-border vulnerabilities should be taken more seriously, IMF paper says

Central Banking | 28 Jul 2014

Topics: IMF, Systemic risk

Herding tendencies mean smaller banks won't solve moral hazard issue

Central Banking | 25 Jul 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Too big to fail

‘Shadow' Fed funds rate suggests Fed should have loosened more following crisis

Central Banking | 22 Jul 2014

Topics: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Kansas City, Federal Reserve, quantitative easing

IMF paper finds macro-prudential polices can help prevent liquidity traps

Central Banking | 22 Jul 2014

Topics: IMF, Macro-prudential regulation, Liquidity, Debt

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