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RBA Glossary definition for Four Pillars Policy

Four Pillars Policy – An Australian Government policy that there should be no fewer than four major banks to maintain appropriate levels of competition in the banking sector.

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Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

13 Sep 2023 RDP PDF 1940KB
from policy responses that mitigate stress (such as the monetary easing that would likely occur. ... The four variables in our macroeconomic block can be endogenously determined by applying a shock.

RBAFOI-222366 - documents for release

19 Jul 2023 PDF 4678KB
Documents within the Bank's records mentioning the Australian Citizens Party, or Citizens Electoral Council or Australian Alert Service


9 Jun 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

Digital Service Taxation: An Introduction and Policy Options for Australia

2 Jun 2023 PDF 393KB
ABS and RBA Joint Conference 2022

Decision-making Processes and Policy Tools | Macroprudential Analysis and Policy in the Australian Financial Stability Framework –…

9 Mar 2023
Macroprudential Analysis and Policy in the Australian. Financial Stability Framework – September 2012 6. ... Four broad areas have been identified for assessment – governance, risk management, implementation and communication.

Central Bank Frameworks: Evolution or Revolution?

4 Jan 2023 Conferences PDF 7522KB
RBA Conference Volume 2018

The Consequences of Low Interest Rates for the Australian Banking Sector

21 Dec 2022 RDP 2022-08
Anthony Brassil
Section 6 will conclude by discussing some policy implications and avenues for future research. ... In a stylised macro model designed to determine the effectiveness of monetary policy at low interest rates (including unconventional policies), an

The Consequences of Low Interest Rates for the Australian Banking Sector

19 Dec 2022 RDP PDF 1588KB
Australia. JEL Classification Numbers: E43, E52, G21. Keywords: banking, interest rates, monetary policy. ... rates (including unconventional policies), an expansionary unconventional policy that reduces. 10-year yields by 100 basis points reduces annual

The Australian Financial System

21 Nov 2022 FSR - October 2021 PDF 1155KB

Financial Stability Review

18 Nov 2022 FSR - April 2022 PDF 2740KB