Spotting the next asset price bubble

ARTICLE - The article suggests that an asset valuation committee could be set up to warn of potential asset price bubbles before they form with a system of amber or red alerts.

First published in the UK edition of the Financial Times on 15 November by John Calverley. The writer is chief economist at American Express Bank. The following is the full text.

Most countries now have the equivalent of a monetary policy committee to control inflation by setting interest rates. But during the past 10

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