The financial stability puzzle

The financial stability puzzle


On November 29, Bank of America Merrill Lynch announced the creation of a systemic risk index. It is meant to measure market vulnerability to shocks and possibly provide clients with some advance warning of conditions that could be associated with a crash. This index is just one of a variety of recently developed investor tools and strategies for avoiding or mitigating losses from the next market crash – State Street unveiled something similar on October 14, for example. The irony is these tools

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