Riksbank launches new financial vulnerability metric

Sveriges Riksbank
Sveriges Riksbank
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Sveriges Riksbank has launched a new “systemic risk indicator”, which is designed to give a broad view of how risks may be building up in the financial sector.

As Dominika Krygier and Peter van Santen explain in a staff memo, the indicator combines measures of risks and vulnerabilities across five areas: households; non-financial corporates; banks; the property market; and external vulnerabilities. Alongside the main indicator, the Swedish central bank will publish measures of risks in each

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