Delinquent borrowers will get three months to start repayments
Central bank sold 5.4 tonnes of gold in March
ECB vice-president: only one case of voluntary action to date
Central bank one of only a handful to publish quarterly regulatory data
Dataset allows ‘a more detailed analysis of capital controls,’ say researchers
Deputy general manager praises Swiss National Bank
Deputy director discusses landscape in hearing with subcommittee in House of Representatives
Bank of Mexico deputy governor on the limits of macro-prudential tools
The New Zealand Superannuation Fund has an exposure of $150 million to the loan
IMF to give proposals "further discussion"
Curve does not seem to improve estimates significantly
Aggregate figures mask substantial variation
Central Bank of Argentina reserves grow to highest level since November 2013
Mexican inflation stood at 3.03% in mid-April
Eurogroup meeting fails to agree solution on Greece
Shorter report aims to focus more on analysis and less on detailed data
Malaysia’s economy has flexibility to adjust to shocks, says Zeti
Central bank is ‘establishing a disclosure and corporate governance-based monitoring framework’
It was 'absolutely certain' that SNB would end Swiss franc floor, says vice-chair
Sarb sets up unit in financial stability department to address stress-testing needs
Governor says advisers partaking in deliberations on monetary policy ‘bring fresh viewpoints'
Most expected capital movements 'well mapped out'
Ingves says policy still needed in response on Riksbank website