Regulatory reforms and macroprudential measures have improved the risk resilience of the bank-centred EU financial system. Work has also begun on targeting stability risks building up beyond the banking system.
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EU macroprudential policy lays emphasis on residential mortgage loans and the banking sector’s structural risks
Three months after the Brexit vote – the current state of play
Euro area set to recover
Editorial: Monetary policy exceptionally accommodative for a prolonged period
A slower recovery in the euro area would present new challenges for monetary policy. The ECB Governing Council monitors all incoming information. The asset purchase programme provides sufficient flexibility in terms of adjusting the size and duration of the programme. The package of articles on monetary policy and the international economic forecast will be published in English on 2 October 2015.