Bank of Canada to publish more ‘up-to-date’ analysis of stability risks – Wilkins

Carolyn Wilkins: “The goal is to help more Canadians better understand developments in the financial system without having to wait for publication of the full FSR”

The Bank of Canada’s first deputy governor has announced, at a press conference on June 7, a series of changes to how the central bank will communicate stability risks to the general public.

Following the publication of its latest financial stability review (FSR), Carolyn Wilkins announced the Bank of Canada would launch a new online hub to “provide up-to-date research and analysis on issues which affect the financial system”.

“The goal is to help more Canadians better understand developments

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