Fed's Ferguson: Market stress may affect policy

Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Roger Ferguson said in a speech released on Monday 28 November that central banks may consider changing interest rates if financial stresses on markets or institutions put financial stability at risk.

If central-bank monitoring of financial stability "suggests that the operations of some institutions or markets are under significant strain and, importantly, that the resulting pressures on businesses and households could have a material adverse effect on the real e

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