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Contents of Quarterly Bulletin 2014 Q3

Summary of Quarterly Bulletin 2014 Q3

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 (2.13MB)

Topical articles
Innovations in payment technologies and the emergence of digital currencies (339KB)
Box - A brief history of money and payment systems
Box - Making payments securely with a distributed ledger

The economics of digital currencies (95KB)
Box - Some factors influencing the prices of digital currencies
Box - The rising cost of mining
Box - Could a banking system based on a digital currency emerge?

How might macroprudential capital policy affect credit conditions? (333KB)
Box - Mechanics of balance sheet adjustment
Box - The Modigliani-Miller propositions and banks

Household debt and spending (187KB)
Box - International evidence on the link between debt and spending
Box - Living Costs and Food Survey microdata
Box - UK household-level evidence — the early 1990s recession

Enhancing the resilience of the Bank of England’s Real-Time Gross Settlement infrastructure (50KB)

Recent economic and financial developments
Markets and operations (147KB)

Reports
Conference on Monetary and Financial Law (41KB)

Monetary Policy Roundtable (35KB)

Changes to the Bank’s weekly reporting regime (582KB)
Box - History of the Bank Return
Box - Bilateral facilities in the Sterling Monetary Framework

Summaries of speeches and working papers
Bank of England speeches (65KB)

Summaries of recent Bank of England working papers (73KB)
UK deposit-taker responses to the financial crisis: what are the lessons?

The effect of the financial crisis on TFP growth: a general equilibrium approach

Peering into the mist: social learning over an opaque observation network

Quantitative easing and bank lending: a panel data approach

The cost of human capital depreciation during unemployment

Tailwinds from the East: how has the rising share of imports from emerging markets affected import prices?

Estimating time-varying DSGE models using minimum distance methods

How does credit supply respond to monetary policy and bank minimum capital requirements?

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