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/list/press_releases/index.rss
Vacancies
http://www.shjixujiaoyu.com/list/recruitment/index.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/list/statistics/index.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久久这里只精品国产99re66 Items from this feed link to new research publications on central bank websites and therefore do not appear on the "Entire BIS website" feed.