Switzerland's Roth on fragility of fin. markets

Swiss National Bank president Jean-Pierre Roth said in an interview published Tuesday 24 April he sees a "certain fragility" on financial markets and that investors might underestimate actual risks.

"We see a certain fragility on financial markets. Exaggerations occur. Something might happen that could cause high uncertainty in the market. This risk is real. This should be reckoned with. Unfortunately it is underestimated by many," Roth told the Swiss paper Handelszeitung in an interview.


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