Central Banking

'Suing the BIS'- by William Hall

William Hall of the Financial Times reports on the difficulties the Bank for International Settlements has got into as it struggles to counter the accusation that the price it has offered to buy back its shares from the private sector is "absurdly low".


After 70 years of working behind the scenes to promote international financial stability, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is not used to having its decisions questioned in public

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