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News in Systemic Risk: Monday, November 27, 2017 (10 a.m. ET)

Overcoming Non-Performing Loan Market Failures with Transaction Platforms (John Fell, Maciej Grodzicki, Dejan Krušec, Reiner Martin, Edward O’Brien; ECB)

Progress and Developments in Banking Supervision - Speech by Danièle Nouy (ECB)

Policy Analysis with Big Data (ECB)

Banks in the Euro Area are Progressing in Implementing IFRS 9 Accounting Standard (ECB)

Left Out in the Cold? The Bipartisan Senate Bill and G-SIBS, Other Large Banks and Foreign Banks (Davis Polk)

What Makes a Safe Asset Safe? (Liberty Street Economics)

Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee, October 31-November 1, 2017 (Federal Reserve)

The Mortgage Rate Conundrum (Alejandro Justiniano, Giorgio E. Primiceri, Andrea Tambalotti; Federal Reserve)

Banks Will Keep Supporting Libor until 2021 - FCA (FT)

CFTC Chief Works to Tweak, Not Decimate, Obama-Era Rules (WSJ)

Regulators Signal They Are Nearing Post-Crisis Rules for Global Banks (FT)

Regulator Apologises for 'Basel IV' Bank Rules Delay (FT)

Fed Chairman Nominee Powell Likely Faces Smooth Path to Confirmation (WSJ)

Europe's Banks Shed UK-Related Assets (FT)

EU Banks Have Cut Exposure to Britain Since Brexit Vote (Reuters)

ECB Says Bad-Loan Market Could Be Aided by An Actual Market for Bad Loans (Bloomberg)

ECB Urges Europe-Wide Trading Platform for Bad Bank Loans (Reuters)

EU Fires Starting Gun for Banks vs. Fintech Fight over Payments (Reuters)

Bank of France Warns on Need to Avoid 'Cliff-Edge' Brexit (Bloomberg)

Debt Increase Drives China's Asset Management Reforms (FT)

China, Wary of Market Risks, Likely to Keep GDP Target in 2018: Policy Sources (Reuters)

Banks Braced for BoE's Annual Health Check (FT)