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Home > News and Publications > Quarterly Bulletin, 2010 Q4

Quarterly Bulletin, 2010 Q4

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Recent economic and financial developments
Markets and operations (209k)
Box - Operations within the sterling monetary framework
Box - Asset purchases
Box - Changes to collateral accepted in the Bank’s liquidity insurance operations
Box - Gilt lending facility
Special topic - Emergence of long-dated funding
Research and analysis
The history of the Quarterly Bulletin (92k)
Index of articles 1960–2010 (82k)
The UK recession in context — what do three centuries of data tell us? (178k)
The data annex is available in Excel format (575k).
The Bank’s money market framework (84k)
Box - Liquidity insurance and moral hazard
Box - Interest rate corridors
Managing the circulation of banknotes (158k)
Box - Note design and anti-counterfeiting
Box - The note issue and the Bank’s balance sheet
Understanding the weakness of bank lending (96k)
Box - Estimating the contribution of credit supply using a structural vector
auto-regression SVAR)
Evolution of the UK banking system (112k)
The financial position of British households:  evidence from the 2010 NMG Consulting survey (102k)
Box - Households’ expectations of the impact of fiscal measures on their finances and their responses
Box - Survey method
The raw survey data are available in Excel format (4.2mb).
Summaries of recent Bank of England working papers (46k)

Changes in the transmission of monetary policy:  evidence from a time-varying
factor-augmented VAR

DSGE model restrictions for structural VAR identification

Monetary policy rules and foreign currency positions

The impact of payment splitting on liquidity requirements in RTGS

Monetary policy, capital inflows and the housing boom

Forecasting in the presence of recent structural change

Extracting information from structured credit markets

The foreign exchange and over-the-counter interest rate derivatives markets in the United Kingdom (92k)
Box - BIS triennial survey definitional issues
Box - OTC interest rate derivatives turnover in the United Kingdom
Box - BIS triennial survey and the Foreign Exchange Joint Standing Committee survey
Global finance after the crisis (121k)
Bank of England speeches (43k)