JCER Financial Stress Index

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.052, released on July 27, 2020

- Financial stress decreased mainly due to thin trading, refrained from buying before consecutive holidays

Takashi MIYAZAKI
  Senior Economist

2020/07/27

  The JCER Financial Stress Index for Japan is an indicator based on daily market data to capture the rise of financial systemic risk, which could cause a malfunction of the entire financial system an

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2020/07/27

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.052, released on July 27, 2020

- Financial stress decreased mainly due to thin trading, refrained from buying before consecutive holidays

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2020/07/13

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.072, released on July 13, 2020

- Financial stress fell slightly since last week, down to a level before the Corona shock

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2020/07/06

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.098, released on July 6, 2020

- Financial stress rose slightly since last week, a wariness over a second wave of infections remain strongly

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2020/06/22

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.068, released on June 29, 2020

- Financial stress continued to ease due to lowering volatilities, but concerns over the spread of infections are growing again

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2020/06/22

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.092, released on June 22, 2020

- Expectations for resuming economic activities mitigated financial stress, dropping to the level for the first time in four months

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2020/06/15

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.159, released on June 15, 2020

- Fears for a second wave of infections do not dispelled

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2020/06/08

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.165, released on June 8, 2020

- While stock prices continue to grow, a second wave of infection and the US-China conflict are at risk

Takashi MIYAZAKI