Most central banks do not want more macro-pru powers

But minority of benchmark participants want governments to adopt measures in use elsewhere

Most of the central banks responding to the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2022 said they did not need any further macro-prudential tools, but some wanted expanded powers.

Of the 30 central banks that responded to a question on this, 22, or 73%, answered no, while eight banks said they did.

But there was a strong disparity in how central banks from different regions answered this question. All the respondents from the Asia-Pacific region said they did not need more macro-prudential powers. By

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