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News in Systemic Risk: Friday, April 9, 2020 (10 a.m. ET)

The Coronavirus Shock Looks More like a Natural Disaster than a Cyclical Downturn (Jason Bram and Richard Deitz; Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

Bank of Korea Broadens Securities Eligible for Open Market Operations (Bank of Korea)

Deputy Governor Liu Guoqiang Attends the Press Conference on Expanding Local Government Special Bonds and Enhancing Support for MSMEs with Inclusive Finance (People's Bank of China)

Globalisation and financial contagion: A history (Olivier Accominotti, Marie Briere, Aurore Burietz, Kim Oosterlinck, Ariane Szafarz ; VoxEU)

The Fed’s Main Street Lending Program: Who’s Eligible? (Nick Timiraos; Wall Street Journal)

IMF's special drawing rights to the rescue (Christopher G. Collins, Edwin M. Truman ; Peterson Institute for International Economics)

The Fed Expands Emergency Lending by $2 Trillion (Joseph E. Gagnon; Peterson Institute for International Economics)