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South African Reserve Bank

Financial Stability Review 

Financial stability can be described as the absence of the macroeconomic costs of disturbances in the system of financial exchange between households, businesses and financial-service firms. Stability would be evidenced by, firstly, an effective regulatory infrastructure, secondly, effective financial markets and thirdly, effective and sound financial institutions.

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