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October 2018 Global Regulatory Update and Podcast

We invite you to join us for the October episode of the IIF Global Regulatory Update podcast. This month in place of our regularly scheduled call, we

Pakistan Update: We see a possible IMF Program at $15 billion

Loose monetary and fiscal policies have led to the build-up of macroeconomic imbalances. Decisive policy action and substantial external financing wil

Sticky Notes: October 12, 2018

If you would like to receive the Sticky Notes email, please send us an email' here ' with your information. This week: Kristen Silverberg looks at t

Weekly Insight: Views From Bali

Ten years on from the global financial crisis, the financial system looks safer-but is still untested October's market selloff has meant tighter finan

FRT Episode 10: Westpac CEO Brian Hartzer talks Open Banking

We welcome Brian Hartzer, Westpac CEO and a member of the IIF Board of Directors, to FRT. We visit Brian at Westpac's offices in Sydney, where he shar

Global Macro Views: Watch for a Jump in US Wage Inflation

Waiting for higher wage inflation has been like watching paint dry. That is about to change with October data on average hourly earnings. A large base

IIF Flows Alert: Eyes on China

EM portfolio flows turned negative again in early October, following inflows of $7.9 billion in September' Outflows were concentrated in stocks, while

September 2018 EM Growth Tracker

Our EM Growth Tracker fell to 4.3% (3m/3m sa ar) in September, 0.1 pp lower than August. Revising last month's figures, August's growth rate stood at

IIF Cloud Computing Paper (Part 2)

Continuing the IIF's 3-part series on Cloud technology in the financial services industry, our Part 2 paper expands on that by looking at the challeng

Economic Views: How Vulnerable is EM Asia?

The EM sell-off was quite intense in recent months, with major currencies in Asia depreciating significantly. We assess if this is a signal of systemic risk in the region, comparing external risk metrics in the 1997 crisis vs. now. Vulnerability is an order of magnitude lower today. Financing needs are much lower and reserves higher.




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