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Any quantity that tends to increase when the overall economy is growing.
 
Any quantity that tends to increase when the overall economy is growing.
  
Opposite to Countercyclical.
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=====Bank supervision=====
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The performance of banks tends to be procyclical. They thrive when the economy is strong, and suffer disproportionately when the general economy is weak.
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This is a problem, because it can amplify financial instability.
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Basel III seeks to address the problem of the procyclicality of the largest banks' capital, by requiring them to hold countercyclical capital buffers.
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The opposite of procyclical is ''countercyclical''.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Countercyclical]]
 
* [[Countercyclical]]
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* [[Cyclical]]
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* [[Procyclicality]]
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* [[Prudential]]
 
* [[Total Loss Absorbing Capacity]]
 
* [[Total Loss Absorbing Capacity]]
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[[Category:The_business_context]]
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[[Category:Manage_risks]]

Latest revision as of 23:57, 3 March 2021

In business cycle theory and finance, any economic quantity that is positively correlated with the overall state of the economy.

Any quantity that tends to increase when the overall economy is growing.


Bank supervision

The performance of banks tends to be procyclical. They thrive when the economy is strong, and suffer disproportionately when the general economy is weak.

This is a problem, because it can amplify financial instability.

Basel III seeks to address the problem of the procyclicality of the largest banks' capital, by requiring them to hold countercyclical capital buffers.


The opposite of procyclical is countercyclical.


See also