Sweden : selected issues /

This Selected Issues paper discusses capital and liquidity regulations in Sweden. It recaps the recent debates on capital and liquidity buffers, and discusses a way to consider appropriate levels of capital and liquidity buffers in the case of Sweden. The paper estimates the government's contin...

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Main Author: Batini, Nicoletta.
Corporate Author: International Monetary Fund.
Other Authors: Ishi, Kotaro.
Format: eBook
Published: Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, ©2012.
Series:IMF country report ; no. 12/155.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • III. Sweden Monetary Framework: Some Institutional And Operational ConsiderationsA. Introduction; B. To Publish or Not To Publish: That Is the Question; C. Setting Monetary Policy in the Context of Sweden's Macroprudential Framework; D. Should the Riksbank Evaluate and Use Measures of Resource Utilization?; Tables; I.1 Estimates of the Appropriate Levels of Capital Ratios; I.2 Europe: Costs of Higher Capital and Liquidity Requirements; I.3 Summary of the Performance and Operation of Swedish Four Major Banks; I.4 Regression Results; I.5 Comparisons Between Swedish and French Banks.
  • II.1 Alternative Macroprudential Institutional Models (Berntsson and Molin, 2012)II.2 Strengths and Weaknesses of Different Models; II.3 Stylized Models for Macroprudential Policy; Figures; I.1 Swedish Banks: Market CDS and fair value CDS Spreads, 2007-12; I.2 Selected Banks
  • Fair Value CDS Spreads and Capital Ratios; I.3 Selected Banks
  • Fair Value CDS Spreads and Deposit Ratios; I.4 French Banks: Markets CDS and Fair Value CDS Spreads, 2007-12; II.1 International and Historical Comparison of Monetary Policy Outcomes; II.2 Repo Rate Actual and Projected Paths: April 2012; Boxes.