Financial Stability Benchmarks 2023 – executive summary

Key findings of the 2023 benchmark, including resources, regulation, macro-pru, crime and future risk

Preserving financial stability has always been one of the most crucial of central banks’ tasks, and one of the most demanding. Central banks continue to face complex challenges to stability. Many countries are still beset by the rising inflation that began to surge after the easing of the Covid-19 pandemic. Some countries face problems with their exchange rates or their sovereign debt. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and a wave of extreme weather events are exerting considerable pressure on global

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