Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Financial Beta

2014-10-23: 0.377 Units of Stress (+ see more) 
Daily, Not Seasonally Adjusted, FINBETAD678FRBCLE, Updated: 2014-10-24 6:10 PM CDT
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This chart shows the contribution of the financial beta to the CFSI. The financial beta measures the contribution of the banking sector to overall stock market volatility. This signals potential insolvency and the strain on bank profitability, relative to broader institutions.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

Release: Cleveland Financial Stress Index

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(a) Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Financial Beta, Units of Stress, Not Seasonally Adjusted (FINBETAD678FRBCLE)
This chart shows the contribution of the financial beta to the CFSI. The financial beta measures the contribution of the banking sector to overall stock market volatility. This signals potential insolvency and the strain on bank profitability, relative to broader institutions.

Contributions to the Cleveland Financial Stress Index: Financial Beta
   

  

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