Two central bank working papers could have short-term impacts on financial regulation

Central bank working papers generally have interesting things to say, but two papers published last week were both useful and have a high probability of making a short-term policy impact. The reasons for this are both the topics and the authors: discussions on non-bank financial institutions and how banks view their reserves are timely, and the authors are a collection of people who are in or who have held senior central banking and academic roles.
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