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Contents of Quarterly Bulletin 2014 Q4

Summary of Quarterly Bulletin 2014 Q4

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 (3.25MB)

Topical articles

Box - Bank resilience and funding costs
Box - The ‘all-in’ costs of wholesale funding
Box - Measuring unsecured wholesale funding costs
 
Why is the UK banking system so big and is that a problem?
Box - The origins of London as a pre-eminent financial centre
 

The interaction of the FPC and the MPC
Box - Objectives and policy tools of the MPC and the FPC

The Bank of England’s approach to resolving failed institutions
Box - Choice of resolution strategy

The potential impact of higher interest rates on the household sector: evidence from the 2014 NMG Consulting survey
Box - Assessing the implications of higher household interest rates for monetary and financial stability
Box - Survey method

Recent economic and financial developments

Markets and operations

Summaries of speeches and working papers

 
Exploiting the monthly data flow in structural forecasting

Institutional investor portfolio allocation, quantitative easing and the global financial crisis

QE and the bank lending channel in the United Kingdom

Policy uncertainty spillovers to emerging markets — evidence from capital flows

Variations in liquidity provision in real-time payment systems

Optimal monetary policy in the presence of human capital depreciation during unemployment

The Bank of England Credit Conditions Survey

Mapping the UK interbank system

Optimal contracts, aggregate risk and the financial accelerator
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