Annual Report 2010/11 - Statistics associated with the graphs

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I.1 Asset prices in selected advanced economies  3
I.2 The divergence of advanced and emerging market economies   3
I.3 Inflationary pressures   4
I.4 Interest rates   5
I.5 Selected emerging market economies: inflation, policy rates and exchange rates   6
I.6 Fiscal challenges in euro area countries   7
I.7 Bank capital ratios and credit spreads   9
II.1 Output in selected economies 18
II.2 Real prices of residential and commercial properties 20
II.3 Debt 21
II.4 Booms in the construction and financial sectors 22
II.5 Productivity growth and sectoral imbalances 23
II.6 Household debt ratios 26
II.7 Fiscal deficits in 2010 29
II.8 Fiscal balance in construction and financial booms 30
III.1 Global current account balances 35
III.2 Regional current account balances 36
III.3 Resisting real exchange rate adjustment 37
III.A  Real exchange rate adjustment 38 
III.4 Gross flows for selected countries 42
III.5 Linkages in the international banking system at end-2010 43
III.6  Demand and supply factors in cross-border bank lending to selected emerging markets 44
III.B.1 Global US dollar liquidity 46 
III.B.2  Bank credit to non-banks in Ireland 47
III.7 Gross glows from East Asian economies  48
IV.1 Central bank total assets in selected economies 50
IV.2 Central bank assets and liabilities 51
IV.3 Central bank assets, monetary aggregates and consumer prices 54
IV.4 Policy rates and inflation 55
IV.5 Forward curves 56 
IV.B Financialisation of commodities 57 
IV.6 Inflation volatility and wage pressure 58
IV.7 Comparisons between the current juncture and the 1970s at the global level 59 
IV.8 Monetary policy stance 61 
IV.9 Credit gaps and residential property prices in emerging market economies 62
V.1 Phase-in schedule for higher minimum requirements for bank capital and liquidity 65
V.2 Capital-raising and writedowns 72
V.3 Aggregate impact of a 1.3 percentage point increase in the target capital ratio 73
V.4 Estimated long-run annual net economic benefits of increases in capital and liquidity 74
V.5 Insurance companies. equity holdings and performance 77
V.6 Hedge funds: size, performance and leverage 78
V.7 Growth of selected financial instruments 80 
V.8 Return on equity 81
V.9 Maturity profile of bank bonds 82
VI.1 Credit and asset price behaviour around banking crises 85
VI.2 Market prices as contemporaneous measures of financial distress: the US example 86
VI.3 On-balance sheet USD positions at long-USD European banks 90
VII.1 Balance sheet total and customer placements by product 127
VII.2 Five-year graphical summary 210