WASHINGTON—The Federal Reserve said Friday it plans to start publishing a periodic report on the stability of the U.S. financial system, a bid to shed light on a potential source of risk as the economy’s expansion progresses.
The Financial Stability Report will be published semiannually beginning Nov. 28 and will feature an overview of how the Fed’s Washington-based board of governors assesses the financial sector’s resilience, the central bank said in a press release.
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