Financial Stability Reports

The Reserve Bank publishes a six-monthly Financial Stability Report (FSR). In the FSR we assess and report on the soundness and efficiency of the New Zealand financial system. The Bank published its first FSR in October 2004.

Macro-prudential indicators are statistics used to assess financial system risk, and to assist in appraising whether a policy response is appropriate. Data and graphs displaying the statistics are available on our Macro-prudential indicators page.

The Reserve Bank produces boxes on a range of analytical and research topics for each Financial Stability Report. These boxes are intended to provide more in depth coverage of a particular topic of current relevance to financial stability. View the analytical boxes.

A guide to how the Bank releases information
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A guide to how the Reserve Bank of New Zealand releases information including Monetary Policy Statements, Financial Stability Reports and associated media conferences, Official Cash Rate announcements, news releases, speeches, Official Information Act request responses, articles and research and statistics.
Chronology of Financial Stability Reports
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