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The chapter “SNB” has the following sections (click open):

  1. 2014 Q1 and 2013 Results …. 2013: SNB Gains 10.8 billion CHF on Stocks, but Loses 30 bln. on Gold, FX and Bonds
  2. SNB Balance Sheet Expansion
  3. IMF Sees Considerable Risks on SNB Balance Sheet
  4. SNB Q3/2013 Composition of Reserves
  5. Target2 Balances and SNB Currency Reserves. They are Both the Same Concept
  6. SNB Weekly Monetary Data: Rising Sight Deposits at SNB Means Rising SNB Debt
  7. The Risks on the Rising SNB Money Supply
  8. History of SNB Sight Deposits
  9. Swiss National Bank Monetary Policy Mandate – 2007 version vs. today
  10. SNB Remains the Only Central Bank Currency Warrior: The Japanese do not Fight, they Talk
  11. SNB’s history of balance sheet: Monthly bulletin
  12. SNB’s IMF data
  13. Upcoming SNB Events
  14. SNB Statistical Publications
  15. History of SNB monetary policy assessments vs. economic data
  16. SNB has Won the Risk Aversion Battle, When Will the Inflation Battle Start?
  17. Will SNB FX Investments Yield Enough Until U.S. Inflation Starts?
  18. A Nationalization of Swiss Foreign Assets? SNB Owns 56% of Swiss Net International Investment Position
  19. Because They Knew What They Were Doing: The Parallels between European and SNB Leaders
  20. Why the SNB will not Imitate Hong Kong, but Potentially Singapore
  21. The “Get Stress in May and Relax in October Effect” for the SNB
  22. What Ernst Baltensperger Got Wrong: Why SNB Losses Might Not Be Recovered By Income on Reserves
  23. Basel III, Swiss Finish and the regulatory minimum capital requirements
  24. How Switzerland Implicitly Joins the Eurozone: SNB Obliges each Swiss to Invest 73% of 2012 income in Euros
George Dorgan,

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