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It added that a "persistent easing bias" by fiscal, monetary and prudential policymakers had lulled governments "into a false sense of security" that delayed needed consolidation and created a risk that instability could "entrench itself" in the system. "Policy does not lean against the booms but eases aggressively and persistently during busts," the BIS said. "This induces a downward bias in interest rates and an upward bias in debt levels, which in turn makes it hard to raise rates without damaging the economy – a debt trap.
"Systemic financial crises do not become less frequent or intense, private and public debts continue to grow, the economy fails to climb onto a stronger sustainable path, and monetary and fiscal policies run out of ammunition. Over time, policies lose their effectiveness and may end up fostering the very conditions they seek to prevent."
- BIS warns of weakness in emerging markets' banks
- BIS: Central banks risk exiting ultra-easy policy too late
- BIS: Monetary policy should lean against financial booms
- Global Central Banks Warn of Market Disconnect with World Economy, June 29, 2014
- Debt-fueled economic growth not sustainable - BIS - Central Bank News
- BIS chief fears fresh Lehman from worldwide debt surge
- The exposure of European banks to sovereign debt > Committee on the Global Financial System (BIS): The Impact of Sovereign Credit Risk on Bank Funding Conditions
- Robert N McCauley and Tracy Chan 7 December 2014 BIS Quarterly Review, December 2014 > Currency movements drive reserve composition
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By Sudeep Reddy
$223.3 trillion: The total indebtedness of the world, including all parts of the public and private sectors, amounting to 313% of global gross domestic product.
Advanced economies tend to draw attention for their debt at the government and household levels. But emerging markets are gathering debt at an increasing pace to drive their economic development.
Currently, emerging country capital markets remain underdeveloped relative to the size of their economies accounting for only 22 per cent of global equity market capitalisation, however, Credit Suisse has forecasted that by 2030, this will increase to 39 per cent.
The research also forecasted that China’s equity market will overtake the UK and Japan in 2030 to become the second largest market with a USD 54 trillion capitalisation and a weight of 19 per cent, while the US will remain the largest equity market with a USD 98 trillion capitalisation trillion and a weight of 35 per cent.