Regulators should address the pro-cyclical effects of market-sensitive valuation practices and increasing leverage, according to the Financial Stability Forum. Financial regulators have widely accepted...
Regulators should address the pro-cyclical effects of market-sensitive valuation practices and increasing leverage, according to the Financial Stability Forum (FSF).
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World finance chiefs agree on the future form of international oversight
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