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  • The legislation, which also would create a European Systemic Risk Board to monitor "macrofinancial" risks, has been one of the EU's top reform priorities in the wake of the global financial crisis, which saw national regulators often struggle to cope with the risks posed by banks with operations in multiple EU countries.

    EU Commission Proposed Regulatory Compromise

  • This involves linking prudential tools to macrofinancial developments -- this is an important part of what we mean by "macroprudential" policy.

    José Viñals: A Marriage Made in Heaven or Hell: Monetary and Financial Stability

  • The global economy faces a classic macrofinancial coordination problem, in which the euro zone is one of the chief losers, and further stoking protectionist pressures in the U.S., which is hit with its own shock of high structural unemployment without the social safety net to cope.

    The Rising Euro Leaves A Sinking Feeling

  • United States and many other developed countries, as in Japan in the 1990s, the macrofinancial circumstances that are presently causing the continuing, large deficits will also keep the economy unusually weak and disinflationary even as monetary policy remains accommodative.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • This includes strengthening the IMF's early warning systems, sharpening its focus on cross-border spillovers, and increasing work on cross-cutting themes, including macrofinancial linkages.

    International Political Economy Zone

  • Assistance of the European Union From 2001 to 2005, the European Union provided substantial macrofinancial assistance (EUR 545 million) to Serbia and Montenegro in support of the implementation of economic stabilization program and reforms.

    WN.com - Articles related to I-T dept is the biggest litigant in govt: FM

  • "The recent events have demonstrated that financial distress in one member state can rapidly threaten macrofinancial stability of the EU as a whole through various contagion channels," a final summit statement said.

    Reuters: Top News

  • "The recent events have demonstrated that financial distress in one member state can rapidly threaten macrofinancial stability of the EU as a whole through various contagion channels," a draft final summit statement seen by Reuters said.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "On the macrofinancial response, the London summit will be reviewing the action that has already been taken, how consistent this is with recovery and how consistent the fiscal stimulus packages are with long-term sustainability."

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  • Notwithstanding the importance of macrofinancial stability, the real challenge for the government will be to put in place the hard and soft infrastructure needed to support stronger growth and reduce poverty.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

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