Credit growth in emerging Europe: a cause for stability concern?

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Asked about the location of the next financial crisis, many economists and analysts point to emerging Europe, i.e. the countries east of Germany that have experienced rapid credit growth and increasing macroeconomic imbalances.

A recent paper suggests that risks are more likely to arise from macroeconomic imbalances rather than from bank fragility. But supervisors, do not relax and better be ready!

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