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CourseMonetary and Financial Information for Macroeconomic Analysis
  • DATE:
    April 9 – 13, 2018, Mexico City.
  • Deadline registration date:
    March 30, 2018.
    Impact of inflation and changes in the exchange rate on the CB balance and income statement. Analysis and calculation of the seigniorage and inflation tax. Analysis and calculation of the net financial cost of foreign exchange market interventions. Analysis and calculation of the “adequate” level of gross international reserves. Experiences of CBs in the region with non-conventional monetary objectives and instruments. Main factors driving the dynamic of a CB’s capital. Analysis and calculation of a CB’s minimum level of capital compatible with a specified inflation target. Analysis and calculation of Financial Soundness Indicators (FSI) and stress test, as well as “breaking point” method applied to credit and liquidity risk analysis. (Optional) principles of micro- and macro-prudential regulations.
  • Objective:
    Examines the monetary and financial information as input for macroeconomic analysis, from the viewpoint of a central bank (CB). The course underscores the connection between a CB’s balance sheet-cum-income statement and the formulation and monitoring of monetary policy, and its macroeconomic impact.
    Professionals of central banks who are in charge of economic analysis, particularly of a macroeconomic nature, as well as at officials that are responsible for evaluating the financial statements of the central bank.
    Spanish without simultaneous translation.
    Jesús A. Cervantes G.
    Economic Statistics Manager
    Phone: +52 (55) 5061-6661
    Email: jcervantes@cemla.org

    Salvador Bonilla
    Economic Statistics Deputy Manager
    Phone: +52 (55) 5061-6673
    Email: sbonilla@cemla.org



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