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Bank of Finland Bulletin No. 2, 2001

RESEARCH - The Bank of Finland has published its second bulletin of 2001. It includes articles on the Bank of Finland's macroeconomic forecast 2001-2003 and looks at the Eurosystem's monetary policy instruments.

Europe and the New Economy

SPEECH - Eugenio Domingo Solans, Executive Board Member of the European Central Bank gave a speech on 9 July. The speech was titled 'Europe and the New Economy'. The speech is in Spanish.

Indonesia c-bank implements new settlement system

INDONESIA - Bank Indonesia (BI), the Indonesian central bank, has implemented the Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) system in Bandung. RTGS facilitates high-speed, high-value transactions. BI will also use RTGS to monitor the liquidity of banks and as an…

Decentralized Portfolio Management

RESEARCH - Paulo Coutinho and Benjamin Miranda Tabak at the Central Bank of Brazil have produced an article titled Decentralized Portfolio Management. It is part of the Bank's Working Paper series, June 2001.

Federal Reserve Bank of New York Research

RESEARCH - Kevin J. Stiroh at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York has published an article titled Investing in Information Technology: Productivity Payoffs for U.S. Industries. The article is published in Current Issues in Economics and Finance, June…

Economic Developments at Home and Abroad

SPEECH - The Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, Ian Macfarlane, has given a speech at the Joint Australian Business Economists & Economic Society (New South Wales Branch) Dinner in Sydney, today, 10 July.

Advisers join Thai monetary policy board

THAILAND - Aran Thammano and Chaiyawat Vibulsawat have been appointed as advisers to the Bank of Thailand's monetary policy board. They have been authorised to give suggestions and opinions to the board, which convenes on a monthly basis.

New York Fed names new appointments

NEW YORK - The Federal Reserve Bank of New York announced that its board of directors has approved the promotion of three officers to assistant vice presidents and named eight new officers at the bank.

CentralBankNet's Special Report on the euro

ARTICLE - To join or not to join? The euro issue is proving to be deeply divisive and so far the UK government is resisting calls for a serious debate on the subject but uncertainty could prove to be costly to sterling and the economy.

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