Central banks to review liquidity rules

Central banks are collectively considering alterations to the provision of emergency liquidity, Paul Tucker, the executive director responsible for markets at the Bank of England, said at a conference organised by the Financial Markets Group of the London School of Economics on 3 March.

He prefaced his remarks by saying that putting in place the appropriate "regime" is just as important in central banks' work in the financial stability area as it is in the monetary policy area. Crisis managem

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