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leaf half in drought, half near lake Researcher predicts financial problems caused by Infrastructure damage, agricultural losses, caused by the droughts, floods, and hurricanes amplified by climate change. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) –Climate change is becoming increasingly relevant to central bankers because losses from natural disasters that are magnified by higher temperatures and elevated sea levels could spark a financial crisis, a Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco researcher found.

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