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Financial stability risks from the pandemic have lessened in the near term, but vulnerabilities are building up ahead.
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While the likelihood of high rates of corporate defaults and bank losses is significantly lower, risks from the pandemic have not disappeared entirely.Read the press release
View the key messages and findings as presented by Vice-President Luis de Guindos in the press conference marking the latest release.See the slides
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