Investment portfolio techniques at a central bank

In the past decade, the context of portfolio management has changed dramatically for financial institutions in general, and for central banks in particular. The trend in financial markets towards increasingly sophisticated new instruments, which started in the 1980s and matured in the 1990s, provided adequate background and incentives for central banks to be involved in some these novelties. In parallel, the development and the greater availability of financial techniques and portfolio or risk

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