Stability risks have risen: ECB

The risks to euro-area financial stability have increased over the last six months, the European Central Bank said in its latest Financial Stability Review.

The central bank said its assessment reflected several factors, including:

· the deterioration of conditions in the US housing market;

· larger-than-anticipated valuation losses endured by banks in advanced economies; and

· a significant tightening in bank-lending standards.

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