The OFR Financial System Vulnerabilities Monitor
Joe McLaughlin (),
Nathan Palmer (),
Adam Minson () and
Eric Parolin ()
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Joe McLaughlin: Office of Financial Research
Nathan Palmer: Office of Financial Research
Adam Minson: Office of Financial Research
Eric Parolin: Office of Financial Research
No 18-01, Working Papers from Office of Financial Research, US Department of the Treasury
The Office of Financial Research (OFR) has a mandate to measure and monitor risks to U.S. financial stability. To help fulfill that mandate, the OFR launched the Financial System Vulnerabilities Monitor (FSVM) in 2017. The monitor is a starting point for assessing vulnerabilities in the U.S. financial system. It is constructed as a heat map of 58 quantitative indicators. It is designed to provide early warning signals of potential financial system vulnerabilities that merit investigation. This paper details the monitorâ€™s purpose, construction, interpretation, and use.
Keywords: financial stability; financial vulnerability; monitor; office of financial research; quantitative indicators; heat map (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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