Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Global Finacial Stability Report - January 2011

The report shows that ever since the financial crisis about four years ago, global financial stability is still not assured and significant policy challenges remain to be addressed. Balance sheet restructuring is incomplete and proceeding slowly, and leverage is still high. The interaction between banking and sovereign credit risks in the euro area remains a critical factor, and policies are needed to tackle fiscal and banking sector vulnerabilities. At the global level, regulatory reforms are still required to put the financial sector on a sounder footing. At the same time, accommodative policies in advanced economies and relatively favorable fundamentals in some emerging market countries are spurring capital inflows. Consequently, policymakers in emerging market countries will need to watch diligently for signs of asset price bubbles and excessive credit. Click here to access the report.

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