The seeds of the next financial crisis could be sown even before the current one is completely over and that is the warning from some experts at the SMU Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics annual conference on asset price bubbles in Singapore. However, they noted that a crisis could be averted, if central banks did a better job of communicating their policy stance to the market.

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