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Non-standard monetary policy should not become the “new normal”

20.11.2018

Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann believes that the Eurosystem should use the pre-crisis toolkit as a benchmark for monetary policy normalisation. In remarks made in Frankfurt am Main, Weidmann said: “If and how monetary policy should adapt its toolbox can only be assessed after we have progressed on the path of normalisation.

Non-standard monetary policy should not become the “new normal”
A costly Brexit? De-liberalisation of trade in services and its potential cost

07.12.2018

In many areas, the ramifications of Brexit are not yet clear. It is likely, however, that the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union will lead to a de-liberalisation of trade in services. A new study examines what this change could mean for individual EU Member States.

A costly Brexit? De-liberalisation of trade in services and its potential cost
Weidmann: Productive exchange between Bundesbank and House of Finance

06.12.2018

Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann has given a speech emphasising the good cooperation between the Bundesbank and Goethe University Frankfurt’s House of Finance. In his speech, held on the occasion of the House of Finance’s 10-year anniversary, Mr Weidmann said that the exchange between the two institutions had borne fruit on many levels.

Weidmann: Productive exchange between Bundesbank and House of Finance
Tighter bank capital requirements do not reduce lending long term

30.11.2018

Many countries imposed tighter bank capital requirements following the 2008-09 financial crisis in order to repair the structural flaws in the banking system exposed during the crisis and thereby safeguard financial stability. A new study for the United States explores the macroeconomic effects of a tightening of bank capital requirements.

Tighter bank capital requirements do not reduce lending long term
Financial Stability Review: vulnerabilities in Germany’s financial system

14.11.2018

Times of strong growth and low interest rates have seen vulnerabilities build up in the German financial system. In addition, the probability of an economic downturn has increased. “Now is the time to build up sufficient capital and strengthen the financial system’s defences,” said Bundesbank Vice-President Claudia Buch at the press conference on the publication of the new Financial Stability Review.

Financial Stability Review: vulnerabilities in Germany’s financial system
Financial Stability Review: vulnerabilities in Germany’s financial system
Mauderer: Normalising monetary policy is a lengthy process
Trading floor of the stock exchange in Frankfurt am Main
ETFs growing in significance for investors and the financial system
Board member - Prof. Joachim Wuermeling
Wuermeling: European financial market must be independent
Start screen of the video: Jens Weidmann
Statement by Jens Weidmann "Future of Low Interest Rates"
Start frame of the image film "Money Museum"
The Money Museum introduces itself
Photo shows the start screen of the video "The Cash Cycle"
The Cash Cycle
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    Deutsche Bundesbank @bundesbank 07.12.2018

    Schriftliche Stellungnahme der Bundesbank zur öffentlichen Anhörung des Finanzausschusses des Deutschen Bundestags… https://t.co/6gYp0oCdh0

  2. Deutsche Bundesbank
    Deutsche Bundesbank @bundesbank 07.12.2018

    New #ResearchBrief: A costly #Brexit? De-liberalisation of #trade in #services and its potential cost… https://t.co/Abu3aZSgxr

  3. Deutsche Bundesbank
    Deutsche Bundesbank @bundesbank 07.12.2018

    Neuer #ResearchBrief: Teurer #Brexit? Die potenziellen Kosten der #Deliberalisierung des Dienstleistungshandels… https://t.co/jje8hFZs6d

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