Central Bank of Iceland delays report as tensions over failed banks rise

Central Bank of Iceland
The Central Bank of Iceland

The Central Bank of Iceland has delayed publication of its financial stability report at the last minute, but its reasons for doing so remain somewhat mysterious.

The bank was due to publish the report on October 6, but hours beforehand it cancelled the publication and an accompanying presentation. No new publication date was offered, just that it would be "a few days".

A statement by the central bank mentioned more work was needed on an annex of the report dealing with the ‘composition agreemen

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