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News in Systemic Risk: Monday, November 14, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

U.S. Election

Trump May Save Banks Billions by Disrupting Global Rules (Bloomberg)

Full Repeal of Dodd-Frank Isn’t Main Focus of Trump Transition - President-elect’s team is targeting individual provisions of law (WSJ)

Fannie, Freddie Shares Soar Even as Fate Remains Foggy - President-elect Donald Trump has said little of what might happen to them (WSJ)

Insurers Hope Under Trump They Are Deemed Less Important - A deregulatory mindset could boost odds insurers will lose SIFI designation (WSJ)

It’s Not Just Deutsche Bank; German Banking Gloom in Charts - Europe’s most fragmented banking market squeezes earnings; Wealth of deposits a burden in negative-rate environment (Bloomberg) 

Will China’s Financial Bust Ever Come? - What we can learn from other economies (Bloomberg) 

The end of the era of central bank independence - Trump and May will start subverting system by appointing politically compliant governors (Financial Times)

BCBS’s Stefan Ingves:  Necessary reforms for a more stable financial sector

Bundesbank’s Claudia Buch:  Public hearing on the Review of the EU Macro-Prudential Framework - panel discussion

ECB’s Vítor Constâncio:  Euro Area - Economic Outlook and Financial Sector Challenges

ECB:  ECB launches consultation on guide to assessments of board members

NBER Working Paper:  International Borrowing Cycles: A New Historical Database