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Loose fiscal policy and interest rate rises will test financial stability, Bank for International Settlements warns
Financial regulators need more funds to ensure lenders ‘fulfil their responsibilities’, argues Agustín Carstens
Agustín Carstens says policymakers are largely to blame for bout of severe inflation
Making a loss is sometimes the price to pay for keeping economies stable in extraordinary times
The Bank for International Settlements chief warns that persistent price rises and tightening labour markets will fuel high inflation
Monetary policymakers’ frameworks are no longer fit for purpose and no-one seems to have any idea what to replace them with.
Global supply chains and other factors that have kept prices low are being weakened, says Agustín Carstens
Central bank liquidity has to reach affected individuals and companies urgently
The financing of two East India Companies highlights the state’s role as monetary backstop.
Political and economic heavyweights line up for job that usually goes to a European
Given how much levels of debt have risen over the decade, risks ahead are material
Alejandro Díaz de León takes helm from Agustín Carstens ahead of potentially tough year
PRI bets José Antonio Meade’s credentials will win wide support among voters next year
Outgoing Mexican bank governor warns of risks if Washington weakens trade rules
Little appetite for more reform as focus shifts from crisis firefighting to growth
Central bank says 7% figure is consistent with its inflation target range of 3%
The change in stance is the latest sign of shifting global trade debate
A weak peso, slowing economy, rising inflation and unpopular government are potent mix
Respected policymaker seen as steady hand in economy hit by turbulence