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RBA Glossary definition for Exchange Settlement Account balances

Exchange Settlement Account balances – The sum of balances held in Exchange Settlement Accounts with the Reserve Bank.

RBA Glossary definition for Surplus Exchange Settlement Account balances

Surplus Exchange Settlement Account balances – Exchange Settlement Account balances, excluding balances that account holders keep to meet their after-hours payments in the direct entry system or the New Payments Platform.

RBA Glossary definition for settlement

settlement – The discharge of obligations arising from fund transfers between two or more parties.

RBA Glossary definition for Exchange Settlement Account

Exchange Settlement Account – An account held at the Reserve Bank of Australia by financial institutions to settle financial obligations arising from the clearing of payments.

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The Impact of Unconventional Monetary Policy on the Overnight Interbank Market | Conference – 2013

19 Aug 2013 Conferences
Morten L Bech and Cyril Monnet
ε. , to its reserve balance. This can, for example, be due to end-of-day settlements of auxiliary payment and security settlement systems. ... All banks that settle payments across their own Exchange Settlement account participate in the survey (around

Appendix A: Background Information | 2022 Assessment of the Reserve Bank Information and Transfer System

9 Mar 2023
ESA balances up to the value of the applicable minimum ESA balance, adjusted for evening DE and NPP payments, accrue interest at the rate on surplus ESA balances. ... facilities is available at <Surplus ESA balances are ESA balances excluding balances

The Stance of Monetary Policy in a World of Numerous Tools

20 Oct 2020 Speech
Christopher Kent
Speech delivered by Christopher Kent, Assistant Governor (Financial Markets), to the IFR Australia DCM Roundtable Webinar, Online

The Balance of Payments in the 1980s

19 Nov 2012 RDP PDF 2310KB
6. 7. 8. Corden(1979) p.382. A further point to note is that, in principle, the current account deficit is also identically equal to the capital account surplus. ... I. 00. -1.00. -3.00. -5.00. -7.00. 1959/60. Figure 1. CURREN'f' ACCOUNT BALANCE.

Reform of Interbank Payments - A Proposal for Implementing Real Time Gross Settlement in Australia

5 Apr 1995 Media Releases
The proposed system builds on the existing electronic systems for managing exchange settlement accounts (RITS), and is intended to be introduced in stages which would adapt the existing system to the ... With RTGS, dealing with banks or non-banks would

Financial Stability Review - September 2005

26 Sep 2005 FSR - September 2005 PDF 494KB

Financial Stability Review

1 Apr 2004 FSR PDF 611KB
The low level of interest rates in the US, combined with the large US current account defi cit, is also fuelling a major realignment of exchange rates, with the US dollar ... These aggregate data on the household sector’s balance sheet obviously hide

Financial Developments

9 Mar 2023 RBA Annual Report – 1980
This was substantial; over the year the private sector recorded a balance of payments surplus of $974 million compared with a deficit of $254 million in 1978/79. ... There was a large surplus on the Government's accounts; this drain on liquidity was

Domestic Market Operations and Liquidity Forecasting

10 Dec 2010 Bulletin – December 2010
Alexandra Baker and David Jacobs
Australian currency notes on issue (C). Domestic securities (DOM). Exchange Settlement balances (ES). – ... In addition to ADIs, Exchange Settlement Accounts are held by several market infrastructure and special service providers.

From the Asian Miracle to an Asian Century? Economic Transformation in the 2000s and Prospects for the 2010s | Conference – 2011

24 Jul 2000 Conferences
Yiping Huang and Bijun Wang
Might Asian demand for commodities moderate? Will Asia be able to substantially reduce its current account surplus? ... China was an exception, where the rate of investment rose, but with the increase in savings being even greater, China's current