ECB warns of ‘pockets of exuberance’ in credit, asset and housing markets

Luis de Guindos
Luis de Guindos
Photo: ECB/Flickr

The European Central Bank (ECB) warns high asset and housing prices, as well as debt levels, could pose a risk to financial stability in the eurozone.

The central bank published its biannual financial stability review today (November 17), which highlights how high inflation could have long-term effects, potentially imperilling the post-pandemic recovery.

“Risks of high rates of corporate defaults and bank losses are now significantly lower than six months ago,” said ECB vice-president Luis de

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