Speeches by category

Central bankers' speeches - Jan to Mar 2000

Date Titles
8 Feb 2000

Mr Bergström gives a speech on the Swedish economy: new or old? (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 1 Mar 2000)

Speech by Mr Villy Bergström, Deputy Governor of Sveriges Riksbank, at Kommuninvest, Stockholm, on 1 March 2000.

3 Feb 2000

Mr Reddy looks at some issues in developing the government securities market in India (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 4 Jan 2000)

Inaugural address by Dr Y V Reddy, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, at the Seminar on Government Securities Market organised by Primary Dealers Association of India, Calcutta, on 4 January 2000.

3 Feb 2000

Mr Clementi elucidates the core purposes of the Bank of England and gives his thoughts on the UK economy (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 28 Feb 2000)

Speech by Mr David Clementi, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, to the Cardiff Business Club Dinner, Cardiff, on 28 February 2000.

3 Feb 2000

European Central Bank Press Conference introductory statements (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 2 Mar 2000)

Introductory statements given by Mr Willem F Duisenberg, President of the European Central Bank, and Mr Christian Noyer, Vice-President of the European Central Bank, held in Frankfurt on 2 March 2000.

3 Feb 2000

Mr Lim gives a policymaker's perspective on the role of macroeconomic modelling in public policy (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 2 Feb 2000)

Opening remarks by Mr Lim Hng Kiang, Member of the Board of Directors of The Monetary Authority of Singapore and Minister for Health and Second Minister for Finance, at the launch of The Monetary Authority of Singapore's new macroeconometric model of the Singapore economy, the Monetary Model of Singapore (MMS) on 2 February 2000.

3 Feb 2000

Mr Erçel reviews the monetary side of Turkey's ambitious three-year disinflation program (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 25 Jan 2000)

Speech given by Mr Gazi Erçel, Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey, at the Merchant Taylor's Hall, in London on 25 January 2000.

3 Feb 2000

Mr Bäckström reports on the significance of risk management (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 3 Feb 2000)

Speech given by Mr Urban Bäckström, Governor of Sveriges Riksbank and Chairman of the Board of Directors and President of the Bank for International Settlements, at the Risk Management Forum, organised by Ernst & Young, in Stockholm on 3 February 2000.

1 Feb 2000

Mr Reddy gives a valedictory address with concluding remarks on flexibility, autonomy and the regulatory refocus in banking (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 7 Jan 2000)

Valedictory address by Dr Y V Reddy, Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, at the Conference of Chairmen of Banks at NIBM, Pune, on 7 January 2000.

1 Feb 2000

Mr Heikensten examines different aspects of the new economy and its implications for monetary policy (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 24 Feb 2000)

Speech by Mr Lars Heikensten, First Deputy Governor of the Sveriges Riksbank, to The Riksdag's Standing Committee on Finance, Stockholm, on 24 February 2000.

1 Feb 2000

Mr George identifies two distinct issues relating to monetary policy in the United Kingdom (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 25 Feb 2000)

Speech by The Rt Hon Eddie George, Governor of the Bank of England, to the CBI Annual Luncheon at the Guildhall in London on 25 February 2000.

1 Feb 2000

Mr Brash gives an address on the building blocks of economic growth (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 28 Jan 2000)

Speech given by Dr Donald T Brash, Governor, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, to the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce, in Christchurch on 28 January 2000.

1 Feb 2000

Mr Thiessen discusses accountability and transparency in Canada's monetary policy and assesses recent economic developments (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 27 Jan 2000)

Remarks by Mr Gordon Thiessen, Governor of the Bank of Canada, to the Metropolitan Halifax Chamber of Commerce, Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 27 January 2000.

1 Feb 2000

Mr Welteke offers some thoughts on the euro/yen/dollar: managing a tripolar world (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 28 Jan 2000)

Speech delivered by Mr Ernst Welteke, President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, at the Annual Meeting 2000 of the World Economic Forum in Davos on 28 January 2000.

31 Jan 2000

Mr Bergo focuses on Norges Bank's responsibility for promoting an efficient payment system (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 11 Nov 1999)

Address by Mr Jarle Bergo, Deputy Governor of Norges Bank, to the Banks' Payment Systems Conference, held in Oslo on 11 November 1999.

31 Jan 2000

Mr George discusses national and regional economic prospects in the light of the external environment (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 26 Jan 2000)

Speech given by Mr E A J George, Governor of the Bank of England, to the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Prince's Trust on 26 January 2000.

26 Jan 2000

Bank of Japan's January report of recent economic and financial developments (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 19 Jan 2000)

Bank of Japan, Communication, 19 January 2000.

26 Jan 2000

Mr Noyer considers the role of the central bank in encouraging and safeguarding savings (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 21 Jan 2000)

Speech given by Mr Christian Noyer, Vice-President of the European Central Bank, at the EUROFONDS colloquium in Paris, held on 21 January 2000.

26 Jan 2000

Mr Bäckström asks the question "Is there a new economy?" (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 25 Jan 2000)

Speech given by Mr Urban Bäckström, Governor of Sveriges Riksbank and Chairman of the Board of Directors and President of the Bank for International Settlements, at a conference arranged by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and Veckans Affärer, held in Stockholm on 25 January 2000.

24 Jan 2000

Mr Meyer gives his views on the sustainability of growth and on monetary policy in the United States (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 20 Jan 2000)

Remarks by Mr Laurence H Meyer, Member of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, before the National Economists Club and the Society of Government Economists, Washington, D.C. on 20 January 2000.

24 Jan 2000

Mr George takes a look at recent developments in the UK economy against the background of global influences in the international financial environment (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 18 Jan 2000)

Speech given by The Rt Hon Eddie George, Governor of the Bank of England, at the City Council Dinner hosted by the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce on 18 January 2000.

20 Jan 2000

Mr Noyer considers the international impact of the euro (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 13 Jan 2000)

Speech delivered by Mr Christian Noyer, Vice-President of the European Central Bank, at the World Trade Centre, Plimsoll Club, in New Orleans on 13 January 2000.

20 Jan 2000

Mr Noyer discusses "the euro from A to Z" (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 14 Jan 2000)

Speech delivered by Mr Christian Noyer, Vice-President of the European Central Bank, at the European Union Centre, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Atlanta on 14 January 2000.

17 Jan 2000

Worldwide tendencies in financial systems

Speech by Mr Jean-Claude Trichet, Governor of the Banque de France, at the Joint Bundesbank/BIS conference on "Recent developments in financial systems and the challenges for economic policy", held in Frankfurt, 28-29 September 2000.

17 Jan 2000

Mr Gramlich focuses on inflation targeting (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 13 Jan 2000)

Remarks by Mr Edward M Gramlich, Member of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, before the Charlotte Economics Club, Charlotte, NC on 13 January 2000.

17 Jan 2000

Mr Greenspan discusses technology and the US economy (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 13 Jan 2000)

Remarks by Mr Alan Greenspan, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, before the Economic Club of New York, New York, on 13 January 2000.

14 Jan 2000

Mr Ferguson compares Asian and Latin American experiences during the recent financial turmoil (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 7 Jan 2000)

Remarks by Mr Roger W Ferguson Jr, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, before the National Economic Association in Boston on 7 January 2000.

13 Jan 2000

Mr King considers the convergence of theory and practice in monetary policy (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 7 Jan 2000)

Address by Mr Mervyn King, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, to the joint luncheon of the American Economic Association and the American Finance Association, held in Boston on 7 January 2000.