Joining the chorus of voices worried that potential asset bubbles could unsettle the global financial system, a group representing the world's largest banks urged policymakers to take steps to ensure that heavy capital flows into emerging markets do not trigger excessive risk-taking.

The Institute of International Finance's Market Monitoring Group warned Thursday that possible distortions in asset prices have become "a source of concern" and should be a "priority" for financial supervisors.

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