U.S. financial regulators say they’re tracking exposures to commercial real estate as vacancy rates rise, especially for office space

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A meeting Friday of the multi-agency Financial Stability Oversight Council focused in part on the potential risks in the commercial real estate (CRE) market, said a U.S. Treasury Department statement on the meeting. “While delinquency rates remain low, vacancy rates have been increasing, particularly in the office sector,” the statement said. “Regulators are taking steps to emphasize risk management and examine exposures to CRE loans at their regulated institutions.” The statement also noted that regulators continue to monitor the banking sector closely.

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