Competition found to impact bank risk

Banking stability may be undermined by competition, according to research published today by the San Francisco Fed.

Using unique data sets from the Spanish banking system, the research found that Lerner indexes based on banking specific rates showed a negative relationship between loan market power and bank risk. However, the standard measures of market concentration do not affect the ratio of non-performing commercial loans, after controlling for macroeconomic conditions and bank

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