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Central bank operations in response to the financial turmoil

CGFS Publications No 31 July 2008The credit market turmoil that began in mid-2007 spilled over into a number of major currency money markets in early August 2007. This in turn triggered a variety of responses from central banks. Read more

Capital flows and emerging market economies

CGFS Publications No 33 January 2009The flow of capital between nations, in principle, brings benefits to both capital-importing and capital-exporting countries. But very large flows can also create new exposures and bring new risks. Read more

The functioning and resilience of cross-border funding markets

CGFS Publications No 37 March 2010The financial crisis that began in 2007 was accompanied by unprecedented funding market dislocations, which spilled across time zones and currencies. The resulting market disruptions triggered policy responses on a global scale, raising questions about the functioning and resilience of the various funding markets on which internationally active banks had relied. Read more

Funding patterns and liquidity management of internationally active banks

CGFS Publications No 39 May 2010The risks and complexities associated with funding and liquidity management of international banks became apparent during the global financial crisis. Read more

Research on global financial stability

The use of BIS international financial statistics CGFS Publications No 40 June 2010One of the lessons of the global financial crisis which started in August 2007 is the crucial importance for policy makers and supervisors of having access to a wide range of reliable, timely and detailed financial statistics. Read more

Central bank operations in response to the financial turmoil

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CGFS Publications No 31 July 2008
The credit market turmoil that began in mid-2007 spilled over into a number of major currency money markets in early August 2007. This in turn triggered a variety of responses from central banks.
Read more...

Capital flows and emerging market economies

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CGFS Publications No 33 January 2009
The flow of capital between nations, in principle, brings benefits to both capital-importing and capital-exporting countries. But very large flows can also create new exposures and bring new risks.
Read more...

The functioning and resilience of cross-border funding markets

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CGFS Publications No 37 March 2010
The financial crisis that began in 2007 was accompanied by unprecedented funding market dislocations, which spilled across time zones and currencies. The resulting market disruptions triggered policy responses on a global scale, raising questions about the functioning and resilience of the various funding markets on which internationally active banks had relied.
Read more...

Funding patterns and liquidity management of internationally active banks

E-mail Print PDF
CGFS Publications No 39 May 2010
The risks and complexities associated with funding and liquidity management of international banks became apparent during the global financial crisis.
Read more...

Research on global financial stability

E-mail Print PDF
The use of BIS international financial statistics CGFS Publications No 40 June 2010
One of the lessons of the global financial crisis which started in August 2007 is the crucial importance for policy makers and supervisors of having access to a wide range of reliable, timely and detailed financial statistics.
Read more...