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Title Russian Federation : selected issues
Published Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, [2012]
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Description 1 online resource (57 pages :) : illustrations
Series IMF country report ; no. 12/218
IMF country report ; no. 12/218
Contents Cover; Contents; I. Russian Federation-Potential Growth: the Past and the Future; A. Introduction; B. Potential Growth and Productivity; C. Source of Growth in Russia: 2001-11; D. Growth Model with Variable Capital Utilization; E. Russia's Long-Run Growth Path and Economic Catch-up; Appendix I.1. Growth Model with Variable Capital Utilization; References; II. Making Russian Monetary Policy More Effective; A. The CBR's Policy Interest Rate Corridor-How Wide Should It Be?; Figures; II. 1. Russian Money Market Daily Interest Rates; II. 2. U.K. Policy Rate Corridor and Overnight Interbank Rates
II. 3. India: Policy Interest Rate Corridor And Overnight Interbank RatesII. 4. Russia, Short-Term Interest Rates in 2011; II. 5. Russia, Key Items in CBR Balance Sheet, 2011 in Rubles Billions; II. 6. India, Short-Term Interest Rates in 2011; Tables; II. 1. Policy Rate Corridors; II. 2. Central Bank of Russia Interest Rates; B. Managing Expectations-Improving the CBR's Communication Policy; III. Banking Sector and Financial Market Conditions; A. Recent Developments; III. 1. Financial Markets; III. 2. Liquidity, Official Funding, and Banks' External Positions; III. 3. Credit Growth and its Funding
III. 4. Financial Soundness Indicators for BanksB. Economic Risks and Resilience Going Forward; III. 5. Elasticities of NPL ratio vis-à-vis Macro Risk Factors; Boxes; III. 1. What Drives Ruble Exchange Rate Volatility?; III. 1. Financial Soundness Indicators of Banks, 2007-12; III. 2. Financial Soundness Indicators Across Banks, end-2011; IV. Fiscal Rules and Russia's Budget Framework; IV. 1. Fiscal Risks in Russia; IV. 1. Pros and Cons of Nonoil Deficit Target vs. Oil Price Rule; IV. 2. Sensitivity Analysis for POIM-Real Approach
Summary In recent years, the IMF has released a growing number of reports and other documents covering economic and financial developments and trends in member countries. Each report, prepared by a staff team after discussions with government officials, is published at the option of the member country
Notes "August 2012."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Monetary policy -- Russia (Federation)
Economic development -- Russia (Federation)
Form Electronic book
Author International Monetary Fund.
ISBN 9781475505047 (electronic bk.)