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Central Banking Follow Topics
Central Banking Follow Topics allow you to build your own unique email alerts.
All you need to do is select a list of topics you’re interested in, and you’ll then receive one customised email containing all the latest articles in your chosen fields.
Select your topics
Relevant ‘Follow tags’ appear on the left hand side of all Central Banking articles. Simply click on a tag and it’ll automatically be added to your list of ‘Follow Topics’. You can also see the full list of topics at Centralbanking.com/follow.
Edit your topics
You can change or update your topics and settings at any time via the ‘My account’ section. Here you can also decide whether to receive your tailored updates on a daily or weekly basis.
*Please note you must be logged in to access the ‘My account’ page.
Scan recent articles by category
Hover over a topic and you’ll be able to see the latest articles in that particular area. Simply click on one of the articles to view it in full.
Find any section of Central Banking in 1 click
The ‘All Sections’ button helps you to quickly source the information you want. Hover over it and a detailed menu will appear. Click on the subject you’re interested in and you’ll then be taken straight to the relevant page.
Share content with others
Found an interesting article that you know your colleagues would like to read? You can send it to them directly via email, or you can share it on a wide range of social media platforms including LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter*.
To do so, simply click on the ‘Email’ button at the top of the relevant article or the Social Media icons that appear alongside it.
*Please note – your colleagues will only be able to read the shared articles if they have a Central Banking subscription.
Much of our content is extremely detailed, and requires both time and concentration on the reader’s part. It’s not always possible to commit to this during a busy working day, so we’ve made it easy for you to store articles.
To do so, simply click on the orange ‘Save’ icon at the top of the relevant article.
You’ll then be able to go back to it at any time by visiting the ‘My account’ section in the top right corner and clicking on ‘Saved articles’.