Topic: Banking

Who Really Benefits from Quantitative Easing

Quantitative easing as we know it is a kind of monetary policy use by the central bank of a country to stimulate the economy when other conventional methods are not working. This involves the central bank buying financial assets from the commercial banks using the...

Intraday Day Liquidity Management

Intraday liquidity refers to the funds available with the bank or a financial institution during the business day for the purpose of making payments in real time. The Basel Committee has been working on developing a set of monitoring indicators that will allow banking...

The LIBOR Scandal

The London Inter-bank Offer Rate (LIBOR), as we know, is the average cost of borrowing at which the Britain’s banks lend money to each other. The LIBOR is calculated daily based on the information provided by these banks. The London Interbank Offered Rate...

Lecture 14: Introduction to Central Banking

This lecture provides an introduction to the central banking. It discusses topics such as legal tender laws, lender of last resort, deposit insurance, money multiplier, and bank reserves. The lecture draws from the book Mystery of...

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