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Macroprudential Commentary

An overview of current trends with an emphasis on cyclical risks. It supports decisions on the setting of the countercyclical capital buffer rate.

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Macroprudential Commentary – December 2022

There are growing signs that the financial cycle’s hitherto strong expansionary trend is gradually changing. The upswing
in lending is moderating, but some existing loans are becoming riskier. Banks are expected to cope with any potential
shock. The countercyclical capital buffer rate remains unchanged.

  • Macroprudential Commentary – September 2022

    The countercyclical capital buffer rate remains unchanged. The credit market is experiencing a strong upswing. Rising interest rates, increasing living costs, and elevated uncertainty will act as a drag on loan demand in the coming period. Banks are in a sufficiently sound position to cope with the potential losses associated with current risks.