Deputy Governor John Murray discusses the importance of global economic policy coordination in a speech at the State University of New York College in Plattsburgh, New York.
Deputy Governor Jean Boivin discusses the Bank of Canada’s current economic outlook, the road from recession to recovery, and the Bank’s four main responsibilities.
This issue features four articles that present research and analysis by Bank staff. The first focuses on reforming the international monetary system; the second on the role of collateral and haircut policy in central bank lending; and the third on the extraction of information from the Business Outlook Survey using principal-component analysis. The fourth reviews studies that model the counterfeiting of bank notes.
Topics: Bank Notes News
The Bank of Canada today released the document Renewal of the Inflation-Control Target: Background Information, which summarizes the key elements of Canada's inflation-targeting framework.
The primary objective of Canada's monetary policy is to enhance the well-being of Canadians by contributing to sustained economic growth, rising levels of employment and improved living standards.
Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney has been named Chairman of the Financial Stability Board (FSB).
The Bank of Canada today announced the appointment of David T. Beers as Special Adviser to the Governor. Mr. Beers, who is currently Global Head, Sovereign and International Public Finance Ratings at Standard & Poor’s, will serve for an 18-month term, beginning on 1 February 2012.