Asia regional FSB discusses deleveraging in Europe


The Financial Stability Board (FSB) Regional Consultative Group for Asia met in Kuala Lumpur today (May 14) to debate issues relating to vulnerabilities and regional financial stability. The group in particular discussed the implications on the macroeconomy, markets and funding liquidity arising from the deleveraging of European financial institutions, a statement released following the meeting said.

Bank Negara Malaysia hosted the second meeting of the group, which was established following the

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