Emerging evidence can guide design of macro-prudential policies, say BIS, IMF and FSB

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The Bank for International Settlements

Policy-makers can use a number of emerging patterns to help design macro-prudential regimes, a report by three major international financial institutions says.

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the International Monetary Fund and the Financial Stability Board published their joint review of the effectiveness of macro-prudential policies on August 31.

In an annex to their review, the institutions say there is no consensus among economists on which macro-prudential policies are

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