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News in Systemic Risk: Tuesday, May 5 2020 (10 a.m. ET)

On Central Bank Independence (Paul Tucker; Finance & Development)

Financial stability assessment: Coronavirus pandemic demonstrates the necessity of risk buffers (Marja Nykänen; Bank of Finland)

How did COVID-19 disrupt the market for U.S. Treasury debt? (Jeffrey Cheng, David Wessel, Joshua Younger; Brookings Institution)

How Are Small Businesses Adjusting to COVID-19? Early Evidence From a Survey (Alexander Bartik, Marianne Bertrand, Zoë B. Cullen, Edward L. Glaeser, Michael Luca, Christopher Stanton; Harvard Business School)

The Path to Full Recovery (Tom Barkin; Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond)

Regulation, Technology and the Banking Sector (Amit Seru; Monetary Authority of Singapore)

Interbank risk assessment –A simulation approach (Maximilian Jager, Thomas Siemsen, Johannes Vilsmeier; Deutsche Bundesbank)

Connectedness of the Dutch Economy Leads to Lower GDP Growth Forecast (Alfredo Cuevas; International Monetary Fund)

Dealers' insurance, market structure, and liquidity (Francesca Carapella, Cyril Monnet; Bank for International Settlements)

Branching Networks and Geographic Contagion of Commodity Price Shocks (Teng Wang; Federal Reserve Board of Governors)

Information Management in Times of Crisis (Haelim Anderson, Adam Copeland; Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation)

ECB Faces Renewed Legal Pressure Over Bond Purchases (Tom Fairless; Wall Street Journal)