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RBA Glossary definition for central bank

central bank – A non-commercial bank, which may or may not be independent of government, which has some or all of the following functions: conduct monetary policy; oversee the stability of the financial system; issue currency notes; act as banker to the government; supervise financial institutions and regulate payments systems.

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South Pacific Central Bank Governors Committed to Cost Effective Remittances

20 Nov 2020 Media Releases
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BIS Innovation Hub and Central Banks of Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and South Africa Develop Experimental Multi-CBDC Platform for…

22 Mar 2022 Media Releases
BIS Innovation Hub and central banks of Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and South Africa develop experimental multi-CBDC platform for international settlements.

Reserve Bank of Australia Becomes Inaugural Member of New, International Central Bank Network for Indigenous Inclusion

28 Apr 2021 Media Releases
Along with Indigenous partners, Te Pūtea Matua (Reserve Bank of New Zealand), the Bank of Canada and the Reserve Bank of Australia have formed a voluntary network to foster ongoing dialogue and raise awareness of Indigenous economic and financial

Universidad De Chile Conference on Central Bank Independence, Mandates and Policies

22 Oct 2021 Speech
Philip Lowe
Speech delivered by Philip Lowe, Governor, Panel Remarks, Webinar

26th Executives' Meeting of East Asia-Pacific Central Banks (EMEAP) Governors' Meeting

12 Aug 2021 Media Releases
The 26th EMEAP Governors' Meeting was held via video conference on 12 August 2021.

Digital Currencies | Explainer | Education

4 May 2023
This series provides short, concise explanations for various economics topics.

News and Interest Rate Expectations: A Study of Six Central Banks

27 Nov 2006 Conferences PDF 206KB
RBA Conference Volume 2004

Central Bank Liquidity Provision and Core Funding Markets | Conference – 2013

19 Aug 2013 Conferences
Grahame Johnson and Eric Santor
Likewise, quantities became severely impaired, as many banks were shut out of these markets and resorted to central bank facilities when possible. ... As well, they expose the central bank to a larger amount of risk.

How Should Central Banks Respond to Asset-Price Bubbles? The ‘Lean’ versus ‘Clean’ Debate After the GFC

10 Jun 2011 Bulletin – June 2011
Frederic S Mishkin
A third cost is that the exit strategy for central banks from non-conventional monetary policy may be both complicated and hinder the ability of the central bank to successfully manage ... Turner P (2010), ‘Central Banks and the Financial Crisis’, in

Box A: Central Bank Purchases of Government Bonds

6 Aug 2021 SMP – August 2021
Statement on Monetary Policy – August 2021Box A: Central Bank Purchases of Government Bonds. ... This box outlines the channels through which central bank bond purchases contribute to easier financial conditions, and discusses some differences in the