Ingves Says Capital Requirements Don't Harm Banks

Oct. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves talks about the central bank's decision to leave the main lending rate unchanged at 1 percent today, inflation targets and the level of the krona. He speaks in Stockholm with Bloomberg's Johan Carlstrom. (Source: Bloomberg)

Do Markets Worry Too Much About Inflation?
58:07 - Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the central bank was not to blame for the tumult that has engulfed financial markets this year and is unlikely to roll back its December interest-rate increase in response. Yellen added that the Fed was taking another look at negative interest rates as a potential policy tool if the U.S. economy faltered, a scenario some investors view as a mounting possibility amid a darkening outlook for world growth. SVM Asset Management Managing Director Colin McLean discussed with Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny on “Countdown.”
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