A report setting out how policy-makers should select and apply macro-prudential instruments was released by the Basel-based Committee on the Global Financial System on December 3.
It addresses when a particular instrument should be employed, how effective that instrument will be, and how to weigh the benefits of its use against the economic costs.
The report presents a conceptual framework that aims to help policy-makers organise their thinking in practical terms, and where possible is supplemen
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