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News in Systemic Risk: Monday, October 9, 2017 (10 a.m. ET)

China: Financial Stability Report 2017 (Financial Stability Analysis Group of the People’s Bank of China)

Spain: Financial System Stability Assessment (IMF)

Basel Committee to Ease Liquidity Rules Ahead of January Deadline (FT)

Treasury Releases Second Report On The Administration’s Core Principles Of Financial Regulation (U.S. Treasury)

Five Takeaways from the Treasury’s Deregulation Report (FT)

U.S. Treasury Outlines Sweeping Reform of Capital Markets (Reuters)

US Treasury Calls for Stronger Regulation of Clearing Houses (FT)

Trump Administration Calls for Scrapping CEO Pay Rule (WSJ)

White House Wants a Fed Chief Willing to Revisit Financial Rules (Bloomberg)

FSB Discusses 2018 Workplan and Next Steps on Evaluations of Effects of Reforms (FSB)

ECB: Banks’ Capital Buffers Are Big Enough to Cope With Higher Interest Rates (WSJ)

UK’S High Street Banks Are Accident Waiting to Happen, Says Report (Guardian)

BOE’s Cunliffe Says Controls Will Dampen ‘Exuberance’ in Lending (Reuters)

Wolfgang Schäuble Warns of Debt-Driven Global Financial Crisis (FT)

Sharp Selloff Could Pose Threat to Banks – Dutch Cenbank President Knot (Reuters)

Eurozone Regulators to Push for Tougher Rules on Bad Loan Stockpiles (FT)

Europe’s National Regulators Clash Over Delegation (FT)

Deutsche Boerse Steps Up Clearing Fight with London Ahead of Brexit (Reuters)

UK-Based Banks Still Active in Proprietary Trading (FT)

Bank of England’s Carney to Stay on as FSB Chair for an Extra Year (Reuters)

Moody’s Keeps Italy’s Rating Steady as Banking Sector Stabilises (FT)