The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) began publishing a host of new data on September 12 – unveiling a new statistical bulletin alongside its latest quarterly review.
It has expanded its offering of data around international banking, government debt and debt service ratios, in an effort to "promote the wider use of BIS statistics, especially for policy analysis".
The review features three articles describing the changes in detail, alongside features on a range of other topics, including
- Central bank digital currency a ‘terrible idea’, US Congress told
- People: Olli Rehn enters office as Bank of Finland governor
- Trump criticises Fed over rate rises and threatens higher tariffs
- ECB’s easing policies reduced inequality, paper says
- Infrastructure financing not harmed by post-crisis reforms – FSB