Some Recent Important Central Bank Communications

September 18, 2008

Not surprisingly, the escalating financial market crisis has elicited some special central bank announcements this week and made other scheduled statements more important and less routine than usual.  Below find some links to these public notices.

Fed and Others Boost Swap Lines and Take Other Steps to Alleviate Money Market Stress

Fed Approves $85 Bridging Loan to AIG

FOMC Keeps 2.0% Key Rate And Balanced Policy Risk Directive

RBA September Meeting Minutes Hedge Over How Soon and Fast to Expect Another Australian Rate Cut.

People’s Bank of China Cut Lending Rate and Reserve Requirement

Swedish September Rate Hike Decided by the Narrowest of Margins

Bank of England September Minutes: Very Slowly Inching Closer to Sanctioning a Rate Cut

Bank of Japan Keeps 0.5% Key Rate With No Changes on the Horizon

Bank of Japan More Bearish About Business Investment in Monthly Assessment

Swiss National Bank Leaves 3-Month Libor Rate Target at 2.75%, No Hint of a Cut

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