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News in Systemic Risk: Monday, September 30, 2019 (10 a.m. ET)

Mario Draghi Interview with Financial Times (Lionel Barber, Claire Jones; European Central Bank)

The Banco de España holds the countercyclical capital buffer at 0% (Bank of Spain)

Fannie, Freddie Allowed to Boost Capital Buffers by Billions (Elizabeth Dexheimer; Bloomberg)

How ECB Hopes ‘Tiering’ Eases Pain of Negative Rates (Yuko Takeo, Piotr Skolimowski; Bloomberg)

FCA confirms new rules for certain open-ended funds investing in inherently illiquid assets (Financial Conduct Authority)

Monetary policy for a bubbly world (Vladimir Asriyan, Luca Fornaro, Alberto Martin, Jaume Ventura; VoxEU)

Same but different: Comparing non-performing asset measures across countries (Patrizia Baudino, Raihan Zamil; VoxEU)

SFC proposes to regulate trustees and custodians of public funds (Securities and Futures Commission)