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Contents of Quarterly Bulletin 2014 Q1

Summary of Quarterly Bulletin 2014 Q1

Each article is available as a separate pdf file; click on the appropriate title to access the relevant file. Alternatively you may download the complete issue.

Complete issue (1.6MB)


Topical articles
Money in the modern economy: an introduction (538KB)
Box – Recent developments in payment technologies and alternative currencies

Money creation in the modern economy (112KB)
Box – The information content of different types of money and monetary aggregates

The Court of the Bank of England (67KB)
Box – Walter Bagehot, writing in Lombard Street (1873), describes mid-19th century Court
Box – The Bank’s major Committees

Dealing with a banking crisis: what lessons can be learned from Japan’s experience? (257KB)
Box – What types of banks drove the decline in credit in Japan?

The role of business model analysis in the supervision of insurers (74KB)
Box – The insurance company business model and balance sheet

Nowcasting UK GDP growth (102KB)
Box – Different approaches to nowcasting
Box – Nowcasting different measures of GDP

Recent economic and financial developments
Markets and operations (218KB)
Box – The short sterling market
Box – Recent episodes of turbulence in emerging financial markets

Summaries of speeches and working papers
Bank of England speeches (37KB)

Summaries of recent Bank of England working papers (43KB)
Likelihood inference in non-linear term structure models: the importance of the lower bound

Has weak lending and activity in the United Kingdom been driven by credit supply shocks?

Risk news shocks and the business cycle

GDP-linked bonds and sovereign default

Identifying channels of credit substitution when bank capital requirements are varied

The impact of capital requirements on bank lending
 
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