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MNI BRIEF: European Systemic Risk Board Issues Warning

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The European Systemic RIsk Board issued a warning, saying tail risks of financial instability are growing.

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The European Systemic Risk Board said on Thursday that it has issued a warning, telling market participants and relevant authorities to continue to prepare for materialisation of tail-risk scenarios.

Credit institutions should adjust capital projections to include adverse scenarios "assuming severe, but plausible stress under prolonged periods," it said.

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The European Systemic Risk Board said on Thursday that it has issued a warning, telling market participants and relevant authorities to continue to prepare for materialisation of tail-risk scenarios.

Credit institutions should adjust capital projections to include adverse scenarios "assuming severe, but plausible stress under prolonged periods," it said.

Keep reading...Show less