Yale School of Management

Program on Financial Stability

Improving our understanding and management of systemic risk.

News in Systemic Risk: Thursday, May 7 2020 (10 a.m. ET)

May 7, 2020

Banks' dividends in Covid-19 times (Jean-Philippe Svoronos, Rastko Vrbaski; Bank for International Settlements)

Where Have the Paycheck Protection Loans Gone So Far? (Haoyang Liu, Desi Volker; Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

Releasing bank buffers to cushion the crisis - a quantitative assessment (Ulf Lewrick, Christian Schmieder, Jhuvesh Sobrun, Előd Takáts; Bank of International Settlements)

An Aggregate View of Bank Lending Standards and Demand (David Glancy, Robert Kurtzman, Rebecca Zarutskie; Federal Reserve Board of Governors)

Heterogeneity in corporate debt structures and the transmission of monetary policy (Fédéric Holm-Hadulla, Claire Thürwächter; European Central Bank)

A regulatory and financial stability perspective on global stablecoins (Mitsutoshi Adachi, Matteo Cominetta, Christoph Kaufmann and Anton van der Kraaij; European Central Bank)

Regulation has strengthened the financial system’s resilience (Marja Nykänen; Bank of Finland)

Translating Weekly Jobless Claims into Monthly Net Job Losses (Jason Bram, Fatih Karahan; Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

Transcript: Chicago Fed President Charles Evans Speaks With Reporters (Wall Street Journal)

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