Judge supports earlier ruling that frozen assets belong to Afghan government, not the Taliban
Commodities inflation bites ahead of upcoming new year
Head of foreign exchange body takes over from Wilson González
Dwindling reserves drive new measures to obtain foreign exchange and gold for central bank
Country struggling to restructure debts and secure IMF loan
Bigger economy and markets demand larger pool of reserves, central bank says
IMF urges central bank to cut back monetary financing
Government will repurchase up to $1 billion in foreign currency bonds “to lower risk premium”
Unusual disclosure in official publication sparks speculation about country’s financial position
Central bank says move will boost reserves but observer says it is unlikely to strengthen peso
Central bank accuses fuel supply firm of failing to repatriate foreign exchange earnings
Governor supports move to allow finance ministry to use SDRs but opposition condemns proposal
Central bank aims for wider use of Indian payment technology and spread of national currency
New Cofer data release may show an overall fall in FX reserves, writes Gary Smith
Authorities must reassure global markets to make renminbi reserve currency, paper argues
This year’s report looks more closely at the effect of inflation and the new free trade agreement among Asia-Pacific nations on parts of the SDR formula, with a focus on the renminbi’s share of central bank reserves.
What impact does the renminbi’s increased weight and the $650 billion increase in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) special drawing rights (SDR) have for the role of the Chinese currency in reserve management?
At a Bank of China (Hong Kong)-sponsored forum, policy‑makers discussed geopolitical developments and China’s macroeconomic outlook as global inflation rises
Gold accumulation may herald broader concerns about dollar holdings, writes Jennifer Johnson-Calari
Will the new Asia-Pacific (Apac) economic partnership support the use of renminbi in settlement and as a reserve currency?
Bank of China (Hong Kong) assesses the prospects for renminbi-denominated assets as GDP growth slows worldwide
Bank of China (Hong Kong) comments on the case study interviews conducted by Central Banking and discusses China’s GDP growth and renminbi internationalisation, the renminbi as a financing currency and its role in cross-border settlement
Central Banking speaks to four reserve managers about investing in renminbi
Central bank decisions come as IMF signs preliminary deal for further $3 billion loan