Essays on market-based analysis of financial stability. By Martin Saldias Zambrana. Get PDF (2 MB) Topics: Business and Economics. Publisher: Ghent University. Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Year: 2011. OAI identifier: oai:archive.ugent.be:4427483.
Economic analysis and research give important input on current financial stability assessments. Central Bank contributes to macroeconomic forecasting in the provision of policy advice and economic analysis. Central Bank complete six forecasting exercise during the year. Two of these are part of Euro-system’s Broad Macroeconomic Projection Exercise and the other four are published in the.
We analyze how bank profitability impacts financial stability from both theoretical and empirical perspectives. We first develop a theoretical model of the relationship between bank profitability and financial stability by exploring the role of non-interest income and retail-oriented business models. We then conduct panel regression analysis to examine the empirical determinants of bank risks.
The stability of the banking system is conditional upon the stability of overall economy. A stable macroeconomic environment contributes to effective and efficient growth of saving and investment decision. Appropriate macroeconomic measures should support the functioning of the banking system more specifically in the areas of financial stabilization, transparent fiscal policy and monetary.
Financial stability analysis, and macro-prudential policy actions, is as much about assessing the implications of ruptures in the financial system on the wider economy. From this viewpoint, the development of macro-financial models linking financial instability and the performance of the economy is of the essence. The global financial crisis has revealed important deficiencies of the standard.Learn More
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Financial Stability Assessment 29 Financial Stability Assessment The U.S. financial stability outlook remains in a medium range. Many steps have been. taken since the global financial crisis to improve the resilience of the financial system. Banks are more liquid and better capitalized. Transparency has markedly increased at markets and institutions. As in the years before the crisis, though.Learn More
The IMF Global Financial Stability Report showed how, across the G20, appetite of investors for risk has loosened financing conditions and propelled nonfinancial corporate debt levels to new highs. Even excluding China (where corporate debt developments deserve much more attention than I can give.Learn More
Introduction This paper evaluates the bank-based and market-based financial systems and develops links to economic growth of countries implementing them. Financial systems promote economic growth but levels to which either system is said to be robust and better has been difficult to tell. Evolution of systems and ownership structures existent.Learn More
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The main reason why banks need regulation is to ensure that there is financial stability in the economy. This is to ensure that prices of financial instruments are relatively stable and adequate for an economic growth. Regulation of banks and financial institutions is critical to prevent market failure (financial collapse) caused by externalities from the financial system. Regulation is.Learn More
The paper conducts an analysis on economic stability. Microeconomic stability implies stability in a single market whereas macroeconomic stability means stability in some major indicators. A stable economy is defined as one that manages to minimize vulnerability from external shocks. In a single market, price works as an invisible hand to maintain stability. Australia is one of the developed.Learn More
Financial stability requires sufficient political and social consensus supporting the measures needed to establish and maintain that stability. A financial system that is robust is less susceptible to the risk that a financial crisis will erupt in the wake of real economic disturbances and more resilient in the face of crises that do occur. Although reforms are in many cases urgent, the time.Learn More