The changing data landscape: Part 1


The way central banks think about data is changing. As the world becomes more digital, there is an ever-growing data tool from which central banks and regulators can draw information about the economy. But old legacy systems are preventing this information from being drawn into decision-making processes. In many countries, firms are still using outdated reporting tools to provide central banks with critical information about their liquidity position and solvency. Meanwhile, data concerning

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