Global Financial Stability Report, April 2013 [electronic resource] : Old Risks, New Challenges.

International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2013.
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Global Financial Stability Report
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Asset and liability valuation.
Asset markets.
Asset valuation.
Asset valuations.
Bank asset.
Bank asset quality.
Bank assets.
Bank balance sheet.
Bank balance sheets.
Bank bond.
Bank bonds.
Bank business.
Bank capital.
Bank capitalization.
Bank claims.
Bank credit.
Bank creditors.
Bank data.
Bank debt.
Bank default.
Bank equities.
Bank equity.
Bank finance.
Bank financing.
Bank for international settlement.
Bank for international settlements.
Bank funding.
Bank governance.
Bank governors.
Bank holding.
Bank holding companies.
Bank holdings.
Bank intermediation.
Bank intervention.
Bank interventions.
Bank lending rates.
Bank liquidity.
Bank loan rates.
Bank of england.
Bank of japan.
Bank portfolio.
Bank profitability.
Bank reserves.
Bank restructuring.
Bank risk.
Bank risk taking.
Bank risk-taking.
Bank risks.
Bank size.
Bank soundness.
Bank stock.
Bank stock prices.
Bank stocks.
Bank supervisory authorities.
Banking activities.
Banking authority.
Banking crises.
Banking institutions.
Banking market.
Banking markets.
Banking model.
Banking operations.
Banking regulation.
Banking regulations.
Banking regulatory agency.
Banking rules.
Banking sector.
Banking sector assets.
Banking sectors.
Banking statistics.
Banking supervision.
Banking supervision framework.
Banking system.
Banking systems.
Banking union.
Banks asset.
Banks assets.
Banks balance sheet.
Banks balance sheets.
Banks with assets.
Basel accord.
Bond financing.
Bond futures.
Bond holders.
Bond index.
Bond investors.
Bond issuance.
Bond market.
Bond markets.
Bond price.
Bond prices.
Bond purchase.
Bond purchases.
Bond return.
Bond spread.
Bond spreads.
Bond system.
Bond trading.
Bond valuations.
Bond yield.
Bond yields.
Book value per share.
Borrowing cost.
Brady bond.
Brady bonds.
Capital adequacy.
Capital adequacy ratio.
Capital expenditure.
Capital requirement.
Cash bond markets.
Cash flow.
Cash flows.
Central banking.
Clearing house.
Confidence in bank.
Conventional bonds.
Corporate bond.
Corporate bond issuance.
Corporate bond market.
Corporate bond markets.
Corporate bond trading.
Corporate bonds.
Cost of capital.
Credit derivative.
Credit derivatives.
Credit market.
Debt restructuring.
Debt stock.
Denominated bonds.
Deposit growth.
Deposit guarantee.
Deposit insurance.
Derivative contract.
Derivative contracts.
Derivative instruments.
Derivative transactions.
Derivatives market.
Derivatives markets.
Derivatives transactions.
Discounted present value.
Distressed bank.
Domestic bond.
Domestic bonds.
Domestic financial institutions.
Domestic government bond.
Domestic government bonds.
Earnings growth.
Emerging market bond.
Emerging market bonds.
Equity market.
Equity markets.
Equity prices.
Equity returns.
Equity securities.
European investment bank.
Excess liquidity.
Federal deposit insurance.
Financial assets.
Financial corporations.
Financial derivatives.
Financial economics.
Financial excesses.
Financial futures.
Financial instability.
Financial institutions.
Financial instruments.
Financial intermediaries.
Financial intermediation.
Financial market.
Financial markets.
Financial regulation.
Financial resources.
Financial risk.
Financial sector.
Financial services.
Financial stability.
Financial statements.
Financial strength.
Financial system.
Financial systems.
Financial volatility.
Financial vulnerabilities.
Foreign bonds.
Foreign exchange exposure.
Forward contract.
Free cash flow.
Free cash flows.
Futures contract.
Futures contracts.
Futures exchanges.
Global Financial Stability Report.
Government bond.
Government bond futures.
Government bond market.
Government bond markets.
Government bond yield.
Government bond yields.
Government bonds.
Government securities.
Hedge fund.
Hedge funds.
Hedging instrument.
Hedging instruments.
Hedging tool.
High-yield bond.
High-yield corporate bond.
Holding company.
Index options.
Indexed bond.
Interbank market.
Interbank money market.
Interest coverage ratio.
Interest expense.
Interest rate derivative.
Interest rate futures.
Interest rate policy.
Interest rate risk.
Interest rate swaps.
International capital.
International capital markets.
International clearing.
International finance.
International financial markets.
International financial statistics.
International reserves.
International standards.
Investment bank.
Investment banking.
Investment spending.
Issuance of bonds.
Joint-stock companies.
Liability management.
Liquid liabilities.
Liquidity support.
Loan loss provision.
Local currency bond.
Long-term bond yields.
Macroeconomic stability.
Market assets.
Market bond.
Money market.
Money market fund.
Money market funds.
Money market mutual fund.
Money market mutual funds.
Money markets.
Mortgage lending.
National bank.
Net bond.
Net interest margin.
Net present value.
Nonperforming loan.
Old bonds.
Operating cash flow.
Operating cash flows.
Par bond.
Portfolio investment.
Present value.
Private bank.
Private bond.
Prudential regulation.
Reserve ratio.
Reserve requirement.
Retained earnings.
Return on assets.
Return on equity.
Risk aversion.
Securities commissions.
Securities firms.
Securities market.
Share of government bonds.
Sovereign bond.
Sovereign bond market.
Sovereign bond markets.
Sovereign bonds.
Sovereign risk.
Stock companies.
Stock exchange.
Stock exchanges.
Stock index.
Stock market.
Stock of debt.
Stock options.
Stock price.
Stock prices.
Stock returns.
Supply of bonds.
Swap transactions.
Term bond.
Tier 1 capital.
Tier 2 capital.
Transmission of monetary policy.
Treasury bond.
Treasury bonds.
Working capital.
Yield to maturity.
United Kingdom.
United States.
The Global Financial Stability Report examines current risks facing the global financial system and policy actions that may mitigate these. It analyzes the key challenges facing financial and nonfinancial firms as they continue to repair their balance sheets. Chapter 2 takes a closer look at whether sovereign credit default swaps markets are good indicators of sovereign credit risk. Chapter 3 examines unconventional monetary policy in some depth, including the policies pursued by the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank, and the U.S. Federal Reserve.
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