Financial Stability 2022 – presentation

Subject specialist Dan Hardie speaks about how central banks are confronting new stability challenges

Preserving financial stability is a fundamental task for central banks. But financial stability risks, in many ways, may have increased since most major economies lifted their extraordinary Covid-19 policies.

High inflation in many countries, exacerbated by the increase in commodity prices due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine and extreme climate events, is presenting yet further challenges. Cyber risks are increasingly becoming a systemic threat. Meanwhile, several emerging economies have

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