Sabine Lautenschlaeger executive board member at the European Central Bank, during a scheduled speech this Thursday, was noted saying that there might be a need for more macroprudential policy.
• by that I mean a tightening of existing borrower-based measures
• tool box defined by the EU legal framework may be too small to address all types of systemic risk
• stability risks not too pronounced now
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