BIS Quarterly Review, June 2011

6 June 2011

The BIS Quarterly Review for June 2011, discusses how the reassessment of growth and inflation prospects in the advanced economies, as well as euro area sovereign debt concerns, drove asset prices.

Statistical tables:

International banking and financial market developments

Growth and inflation prospects take centre stage
Highlights of the BIS international statistics

Special features

The global output gap: measurement issues and regional disparities
Rating methodologies for banks
The predictive content of financial cycle measures for output fluctuations
Expansion of central clearing

Quarterly Review boxes

Maturity structure of domestic central government debt in emerging market economies
Central clearing and OTC derivatives statistics
Breaks in series in the BIS international banking statistics in the fourth quarter of 2010
The Japanese earthquake and tsunami