International bodies fulfil G20 recommendation on information gaps

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The European Central Bank (ECB), the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the IMF, on Tuesday jointly released the second part of the handbook on securities statistics in a move to close data gaps identified by the G20.

The ECB said the aim of the handbook which covers the collection of data on debt securities holdings, was to assist national and international agencies in the production of relevant, coherent and internationally comparable securities statistics for use in monetary policy

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