Some examples of systemic risks include: - Risks related to climate change such as flooding, extreme weather events, and drought; - Risks related to financial markets such as inflation or interest rate changes; - Risks related with healthcare such as an outbreak of a disease or an accident involving a hospital; - Risks related with business continuity or IT systems like outages and cyberattacks.
Systematic risk is a type of risk that is not random and can be managed by a system. It is different from unsystematic risk, which cannot be managed and has no pattern. Examples of systematic risks include the following: -Losses from credit default swaps -Currency fluctuations -Stock market crashes
Systematic risk is the risk that can be quantified, measured and reduced by the use of systematic methods. Examples of systematic risks include: - The risk of a company's stock price declining due to declining sales or profits. - The risk of an individual's portfolio value decreasing due to market volatility.
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