Just as economies and financial markets around the world were beginning to recover from the unprecedented Covid-19 shocks, fallout from the war in Ukraine has heightened global financial risk once again. How have the post-2008 financial crisis stability frameworks fared in response to these crises? Pedro Duarte Neves, adviser for the board of directors, Banco de Portugal, and Bill Papadakis, investment strategist for Lombard Odier’s macro team, speak to Taylor Pearce, OMFIF economist, about the various facets of financial stability for the euro area and globally, including the risks associated with corporate debt levels, sustainability imperatives and non-bank financial institutions.

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