This is the third issue of the global financial stability report a quarterly publication launched in march 2002 to provide a regular assessment of global financial markets and to identify potential systemic weaknesses that could lead to crises by calling attention to potential fault lines in the global financial system the report seeks to play a role in preventing crises before they erupt . This is the fourth issue of the global financial stability report a quarterly publication launched in march 2002 to provide a regular assessment of global financial markets and to identify potential systemic weaknesses that could lead to crises this report reflects mostly information available up to november 4 2002. Reviews recent developments in global financial markets and explores the potential market impact of financial imbalances and continued credit quality deterioration it also focuses on the expansion of credit risk transfer mechanisms such as credit derivatives and collateralized debt obligations as a means for distributing credit risks. This issue of the global financial stability report marks the beginning of a new semiannual frequency for the publication this issue draws in part on a series of informal discussions with commercial and investment banks securities firms asset management companies insurance companies pension funds stock and futures exchanges and credit rating agencies in brazil chile china hong kong . Emerging market developments and financing prospects emerging market flows remain weak emerging bond markets turn in strong performance emerging equity markets finished lower in 2002 syndicated lending turns up modestly banking sector performance in emerging markets outlook appendix a feast or famine dynamic prevails in emerging primary markets references iv
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