CBDCs can help central banks tame inflation By James Shinn, Simon Chantry and David Bahamon
‘Soft versus hard landing’ debates all stem from one issue that has plagued central banks since the beginning of this bout of inflation: data, or rather the lack of it, for central banks to analyse their respective economies – particularly the rate of inflation and the effect of policy rate hikes on the real economy. The data and policy tools enabled by central bank digital currencies provide a way to significantly reduce this risk.
| EIB takes digital bond issuance another step forward
By Burhan Khadbai
The European Investment Bank has been leading the way in the issuance of digital bonds. With the completion of its third transaction earlier this year, the bank has reached several important milestones.
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G20 roadmap for enhancing cross-border payments: priorities for the next phase
Wednesday 1 March, Roundtable
Thomas Lammer, BIS, Nasreen Quibria, Visa, and Saskia Devolder, Swift, join OMFIF to explore what the latest G20 roadmap update means for stakeholders.
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Public sector bond market outlook 2023
This launch event presented the key findings of the first annual global sovereign, supranational and agency issuer survey from OMFIF’s Sovereign Debt Institute.