Central bankers from Canada, Thailand, Singapore and Brazil discuss RTGS backup planning
The invasion of Ukraine left central banks facing yet another exceptional set of challenges this year
Extended hours would help international payments but some central banks challenge the business case
When states have rival governments, who owns central bank assets?
Some do not plan to adopt the protocol, while others are preparing for a disjointed implementation
Gilt market turmoil has again forced the BoE to intervene. Is there a better way?
Strategies to secure popularity, comprehensibility and reputation as new media takes centre stage
Central banks have myriad ways of organising their economists
Central bank governors tend to have long tenures, but what that means can vary. High turnover remains a worrisome signal
US academics weigh up the risks – and whether the Fed can avoid the worst outcomes
Two-year OCC vacancy is not that unusual in US system, but it may hamper initiative
Central banks and their banknote providers are taking a range of approaches to recycling cash
Analysts remain confident in Asia’s financial stability, but recession risks are building
German, Swedish, Danish and UK debt managers speak about ‘twin bonds’ and other efforts to deal with liquidity issues
Non-bank risks may be the greatest problem facing the Fed’s incoming vice-chair for supervision
Central banks are struggling to recruit people with the right fintech expertise
But real rates are likely to remain low in historical terms, and gold tends to perform better with high inflation
Central banks have used space-age polymers to make banknotes for decades. So why does paper remain predominant in banknote production?
Central Banking looks back at the stories that made the biggest impact in 2021
Uptake of visual social media platforms rises, as Facebook usage plateaus
Many central banks publish records of MPC meetings. Where should public scrutiny stop?
Swiss central bank reduces FX interventions as currency breaks 1.05 ceiling against the euro
Operating hours, access and data standards should all be considered by central banks contemplating an RTGS overhaul
US officials see a rate hike in 2022 as increasingly likely, while eurozone governors rule that out