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Blackout Financial Instruments – Blackout Financial Instruments� include interest rate products (including but not limited to bonds, bills, notes, certificates of deposit and term deposits), shares, warrants, options, corporate bonds and foreign exchange (except for travel purposes), active investment choice modifications to any superannuation fund account, and the rolling over of superannuation funds into a complying fund.

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6 Apr 2023 FSR
A number of Boxes on topics of special interest are published in the Financial Stabiilty Review. These boxes can be read as stand-alone documents or within the relevant Financial Stability Review.

Note 15 – Financial Instruments and Risk

12 Apr 2020 RBA Annual Report – 2020
Reserve Bank of Australia Annual Report – 2020 Financial Statements Note 15 – Financial Instruments and Risk. ... All financial instruments are shown at their remaining term to maturity, which is equivalent to the repricing period.

Bulletin – March 2012

9 Mar 2023 Bulletin
Bulletin March Quarter 2012. Download the complete. Bulletin. 3.2. MB. 264. KB. 212. KB. 471. KB. 161. KB. 295. KB. 503. KB. 163. KB. 496. KB. 495. KB. 508. KB. 567. KB. ISSN 0725–0320 (Print). ISSN 1837–7211 (Online). The materials on this

Copyright and Disclaimer Notice

9 Mar 2023
Copyright and Disclaimer Notice for Reserve Bank of Australia website

The Term Funding Facility: Has It Encouraged Business Lending?

8 Dec 2022 RDP PDF 2133KB
virus, financial markets experienced a period of dysfunction, raising the possibility that finance would. ... predetermined borrowing allowances or usage in previous funding series as an instrument for TLTRO.

Statement on Monetary Policy – February 2023

10 Feb 2023 SMP
The RBA's assessment of current economic conditions, both domestic and international, along with the outlook for Australian inflation and output growth.

Conference on Money and Credit: Summary of Discussion | Conference – 1989

20 Jun 1989 Conferences
All of these factors have implications for the way the financial system works, and the way monetary policy has its effect. ... Financial assets and liabilities had become more substitutable; a host of new instruments had evolved; risk management

The Evolution of Payment Costs in Australia

11 Apr 2019 RDP PDF 1298KB
These costs, by their very nature, are difficult to quantify.6. A third issue is the ability of financial institutions and merchants to separately identify costs and transactions across payment instruments. ... Investment in payment infrastructure by the

Review of the Bond Purchase Program

9 Mar 2023
As interest rates increase there is a financial cost to the RBA from this. ... financial market news that was unrelated to bond purchases but affected cash rate expectations.

The Term Funding Facility: Has It Encouraged Business Lending?

9 Mar 2023 RDP 2022-07
We primarily use data collected under APRA's Economic and Financial Statistics (EFS) collection. ... Our first choice of instrument is the availability of self-securitised assets prior to the TFF.