Introduction to Applied Stress Testing
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KeywordsExchange risk; Financial systems; Financial soundness indicators; Financial risk; Early warning systems; Central banks; Credit risk; Interest rates; Liquidity; Fund; Stress testing; banking; foreign exchange; capital adequacy; financial stability; financial sector; General Financial Markets: General (includes Measurement and Data); Financial Institutions and Services: General;
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