The Financial Stability Review outlines the Bundesbank's assessment of the resilience of the German financial system and analyses the risks to financial stability.

The Financial Stability Review contains the Bundesbank’s analyses and evaluations of the stability of Germany’s financial system. It gives an account of the principal risks arising from the international environment and the risk situation of the German financial system. It also provides detailed analyses of the risk situation both in the German banking sector and also elsewhere in the financial system, such as in the insurance and investment fund sector. Furthermore, some of the Bundesbank’s Financial Stability Reviews contain special chapters dedicated to current financial stability issues. The Deutsche Bundesbank presented its Financial Stability Review as a standalone publication for the first time in November 2005 after publishing the two previous reviews in December 2003 and October 2004 as part of its Monthly Report.

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In the first half of 2020, the global coronavirus pandemic led to the most severe economic slump in Germany in decades.
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Language: Englisch
Release date: 13.10.2020
Times of strong growth and low interest rates have seen vulnerabilities build up in the German financial system. In addition, the probability of an economic downturn has increased.
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Language: Deutsch
Release date: 14.11.2018
Times of strong growth and low interest rates have seen vulnerabilities build up in the German financial system. In addition, the probability of an economic downturn has increased.
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Language: Deutsch
Release date: 14.11.2018
Die globale Corona-Pandemie hat im ersten Halbjahr 2020 zum schwersten Wirtschaftseinbruch in Deutschland seit Jahrzehnten geführt.
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Language: Deutsch
Release date: 13.10.2020