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Back and forth

10 October 2012 By George Hay

Moves to relax British lenders’ capital and liquidity requirements make sense. But banks won’t lend if they think regulators will revert to a tougher approach when things pick up. Unless supervisors can solve this basic design fault, macro-prudential policy may fail.

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