BIS RSS feeds

RSS feeds make keeping in touch with updates to the BIS website easy, quick and flexible. The feeds enable you to see at a glance what new content has been added in your areas of interest, without having to repeatedly visit or search the site.

How do I read the feeds?

When an RSS feed is available for a page you will see the icon. Click on it to add the feed as a favourite or bookmark.

The following feeds may be of interest to you

Entire BIS website
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/list/bis/index.rss
Press releases
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/doclist/all_pressrels.rss
Vacancies
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/doclist/vacancies.rss
Research papers
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/list/papers/index.rss
Speeches  
Central bankers' speeches
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/doclist/cbspeeches.rss
BIS management speeches
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/doclist/mgmtspeeches.rss
Statistical releases
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/doclist/all_statistics.rss
Translated documents  
Deutsch
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/list/bis/lang_de/index.rss
Español
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/list/bis/lang_es/index.rss
Français
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/list/bis/lang_fr/index.rss
Italiano
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/list/bis/lang_it/index.rss
Central Bank Research Hub2
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/dcms/api/reshub_list/papers_list.rss



1 The RSS feeds above conform to the . RSS-CB is an extension to RSS which provides structured information that can be used by applications.

2 Items from this feed link to new research publications on central bank websites and therefore do not appear on the "Entire BIS website" feed.