Assistant editor, Central Banking
Daniel Hinge is Central Banking’s assistant editor. He has worked on the newsdesk since 2012, having graduated with a degree in politics, philosophy and economics from the University of Oxford.
Daniel also manages the Viewpoint column and edits several of Central Banking’s in-depth reports, on topics including big data, economics, monetary policy and communications.
Turkish central bank loses battle to keep lira under 7 as reserves shrink, but pressures may be easing
Collecting reliable inflation figures during lockdown is not straightforward
Central bank preparing system for round-the-clock settlement in Swedish krona
Core swap recipients will offer daily dollar auctions; cross-currency basis narrows
UK central bank unveils measures to support lending
RBA and Bank Negara Malaysia cut rates; Bank Indonesia steps in to support markets
Liberian economist formerly headed up fund’s Africa department
Credit to non-banks and currency mismatches have grown, while oversight is “fragmented”, report warns
Law change permits government to dip into central bank’s reserves
Mark Carney says issues are “increasingly appreciated” in global discussions