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News in Systemic Risk: Friday, December 16, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)


Federal Reserve Adopts Bailout-Prevention Rule Without Major Changes - ‘Systemically important’ banks will have to fund themselves with a minimum amount of debt (WSJ)

FDIC:  Statement by Chairman Martin J. Gruenberg on the Federal Reserve's Final Rule on Long-Term Debt

Federal Reserve Press Release

Back from the Brink: European Bank Shares - Another 2016 surprise: Investors like Europe’s banks (WSJ)

China Halts Trading in Key Bond Futures as Panicky Investors Sell Securities - Slowing growth, capital outflows fuel concerns that bull market is coming to an end (WSJ)

Influential House Conservative Group Spells Out Rules It Wants Donald Trump to Kill (WSJ)

The $12 Trillion Credit Risk Juggle (Bloomberg Gadfly)

Germany blocks small progress on banking union at EU summit (Reuters)

Profit Replaces Risk as Big Worry Among Europe Bank Regulators (Reuters)

OFR:  New Data Highlight Changes in Systemic Risk Posed by U.S. and Chinese Banks

OFR:  G-SIB Scores Interactive Chart

Bank of England:  Banking sector regulatory capital - 2016 Q3

FSB:  FSB consults on proposed guidance to support resolution planning and promote resolvability

ECB:  ECB launches public consultation on the guide on materiality assessment for changes to counterparty credit risk models

BIS:  Market intelligence gathering at Central Banks

Bank of Canada’s Stephen S Poloz: Release of the Financial System Review

BIS Working Paper:  Bank lending and loan quality: the case of India

BIS:  Economic resilience: a financial perspective

IMF’s Tao Zhang:  IMF-LSE Symposium on “Macroprudential Stress Tests and Policies: A Framework”