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economic crisis: Dr DeLisle Worrell

Economic Crisis: Dr DeLisle Worrell     Dr DeLisle Worrell, Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, to the Lions Club of Christ Church West, Christ Church, 8 January 2011.   "Thanks for the opportunity to address you tonight. Let me commend you for the work that the Lions’ organization has done, in this country and worldwide, to strengthen the bonds of civil society. We have grown to appreciate that voluntary organizations, religious organizations, sporting clubs, cultural clubs and other service...

Agathe Côté: Household finances and economic growth

Remarks by Ms Agathe Côté, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, at the Canadian Club of Kingston, Kingston, Ontario, 10 January 2011. "Good afternoon and Happy New Year. Thank you for your invitation to speak to the Canadian Club. This is my first public speech as a Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, and I am delighted to be delivering it in the historic city of Kingston. In my remarks I will focus...

Shyamala Gopinath: Centrality of banks in the financial system

Ms Shyamala Gopinath, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, at the 12th Fixed Income Money Market and Derivatives Association-Primary Dealers Association of India (FIMMDA-PDAI) Annual Conference, Udaipur, 8 January 2011     1. I am delighted to be present here amongst you all on the occasion of the 12th Annual Conference of FIMMDA-PDAI. These conferences have over the years assumed importance in not just bringing the participants together to tally notes and network but to take a pause and reflect over...

Thomas M Hoenig speech

  Speech by Mr Thomas M Hoenig, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, at the Central Exchange, Kansas City, 5 January 2011. “My January presentation at the Central Exchange, greater Kansas City’s business women’sassociation, has become an annual event and an opportunity that I have enjoyed immensely.In particular, I want to recognize the WIN/WIN program initiated by the Central Exchange. Iam personally a supporter of this campaign to increase the...

Bank of Israel (BOI) - The level of leverage in quoted companies and its relation to various economic factors

Bank of Israel (BOI) - The level of leverage in quoted companies and its relation to various economic factors An accepted index of an economy’s macroeconomic and financial stability is the extent of leverage among firms in the private sector or, in other words, the scope of activity that is financed by liabilities other than internal sources. A...

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) - Bank Funding and Capital Flows

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) - Bank Funding and Capital Flows     The financial crisis has led to a significant re-assessment of risk. Having been underpriced for a number of years prior to 2007, risk was rapidly and substantially re-priced as the financial crisis unfolded. Counterparty risk came to the fore and there has also been a more fundamental re-assessment of the importance...

European Central Bank (ECB) - Introductory remarks at the International Club of Economic Journalists

European Central Bank (ECB) - Introductory remarks at the International Club of Economic Journalists Jean-Claude Trichet, President of the European Central Bank,Frankfurt am Main, 13 December 2010Ladies and Gentlemen,It is a true pleasure for me to participate in the meeting co-organised with the International Club of Frankfurt Economic Journalists. I vividly remember the interesting discussions we had in December 2008. At the...

Bank of Canada (BOC) - Perceptions of Low Rates Raise Risks, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney Says

Bank of Canada (BOC) - Perceptions of Low Rates Raise Risks, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney Says   TORONTO, Ontario–Cyclical and structural factors have led to a low-interest-rate environment, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney said today in a speech that reviewed the implications of such an environment for financial stability and economic growth in Canada and globally. “Very low policy rates in the major advanced economies could be in place...

Norman T L Chan: Latest developments of renminbi business in Hong Kong

Norman T L Chan: Latest developments of renminbi business in Hong Kong Briefing by Mr Norman T L Chan, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, on the latest developments of renminbi (RMB) business in Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, 23 December 2010. * * * Good afternoon. Today I would like to provide an update on the latest developments of renminbi (RMB) business in Hong Kong.With the strong support...

Bank of England Speeches - 2010: A progress report

Bank of England Speeches - 2010: A progress report IntroductionIt is an honour to be invited here this evening to help you and the Business School celebrate its 21st anniversary. Birthdays are a natural time to pause and reflect – especially those that mark a coming of age.Reflecting on your first 21 years, much has changed since the Business School was founded. Some of...
 
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