JCER Financial Stress Index

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.051, released on November 28, 2022

- Slowing U.S. inflation has led to market expectations that the FED will gear down the pace of interest rate hikes
- TOPIX is at its highest level in about 10 months, and financial stress remains a low level

Takashi MIYAZAKI
  Senior Economist

2022/11/28

  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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2022/11/28

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.051, released on November 28, 2022

- Slowing U.S. inflation has led to market expectations that the FED will gear down the pace of interest rate hikes
- TOPIX is at its highest level in about 10 months, and financial stress remains a low level

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2022/10/31

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.054, released on October 28, 2022

- Inflation in the US remains high level and the European Central Bank raised interest rates by 0.75 percentage points
- The BOJ continues massive easing and financial stress maintains low level

Takashi MIYAZAKI

2022/09/26

JCER Financial Stress Index is 0.054, released on September 26, 2022

- While central banks in the US and Europe continue to raise interest rate aggressively, BOJ maintains massive easing
- Japanese government and BOJ intervened to buy the yen for the first time in about 24 years, financial stress keeps a low level

Takashi MIYAZAKI