Annual Report 2009/10 - Statistics associated with the graphs

The data shown in each graph can be downloaded by following the links in the left side column, below.

Series description is to be found in the corresponding graph, that is linked in the right side column.

Note that the naming convention for each series, which is available in the frequency shown, is standard: Px_y, where x is the panel number (in ascending order from top left to bottom right), and y is the curve number (in the same order of the legend, if appropriate).

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Time
Series
Graphs Page
 
II.1 Asset prices
23
II.2 Economic recovery
24
II.3 Government debt, deficits and sovereign credit premia
26
II.4 Central bank assets and liabilities
28
II.5 Indicators of bank health
30
II.6 Banks' funding pressures
32
II.7 Credit growth and lending standards
34
II.8 Household and government debt
34
     
III.1 Nominal and real policy rates
36
III.2 Indicators of the search for yield
39
III.3 Indicators of activity in money markets
42
III.4 Commodity exporters and emerging markets
43
III.5 Monetary policy response
44
III.6 Carry-to-risk ratios
45
 
IV.1 International financial indicators for EMEs
47
IV.2 Factors promoting capital inflows to EMEs
49
IV.3 Foreign exchange reserves
51
IV.4 Foreign exchange reserves, money and credit
53
IV.A Swap pricing and activity: the US dollar and euro against the forint and zloty
57
 
V.1 General government debt and fiscal balance
59
V.2 Government debt
61
V.3 Future impact of population ageing
63
V.4 Gross public debt projections
66
V.5 Government debt structure
68
V.6 Inflation expectations
70
 
VI.1 Relative performance of financial stocks
76
VI.2 Financial stocks in extreme market-wide events
76
VI.3 Size of the financial sector
77
VI.4 Scale of international banking
78
VI.5 Maturity profile of bank bonds
79
VI.6 The banking sector around crises
80
VI.7 Perceived credit risks in the financial sector
81
VI.8 Decentralisation of international banking
83
VI.9 Bank financing of external debt
84
VI.10 Pre-crisis characteristics and in-crisis performance of 40 large banks
85
VI.A Impact of greater capital holdings
86
 
VIII.1 Balance sheet total and customer placements by product
132
VIII.2 Five-year graphical summary
206