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BULLET: BOE FPC: Domestic Risks "Broadly Unchanged At A from.>
BOE FPC: Domestic Risks "Broadly Unchanged At A Standard Level" from Jun
BOE FPC: Lenders Underestimating Risks, Downturn Losses in Cons Credit
BOE FPC: Expects to Raise CCYB to 1.0% This Nov; Come Into Effect Nov 18
The FPC, at its meeting on Sep 20, judged that overall risks to the
UK financial system stemming from the domestic environment were
"standard", unchanged from its last assessment in Jun, though it warned
that excessive weight was being placed on recent "benign" market
conditions - both domestically and globally. UK consumer credit growth
continued to be earmarked as a pocket of risk, despite growth slowing
recently, with regulatory "top-up" capital buffers set to be put in
place for individual firms following the Bank's 2017 stress test.
Globally, stability was also judged to be under threat from "material"
indebtedness. The FPC cited financial vulnerabilities in China and
corporate leverage levels in the USA, and geopolitical tensions.
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