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News in Systemic Risk: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

Prudential Regulation Authority Regulatory Digest October 2016

Citigroup Says CFTC Investigating Banks’ Interest-Rate Swaps - The bank says it is cooperating with CFTC investigation into swaps (WSJ)

Coeuré and Carstens Prime Candidates to Head Bank for International Settlements - A decision is expected by the end of the year on who will lead the international financial organization (WSJ)

Asset Bubbles From Stocks to Bonds to Iron Ore Threaten China - Investment binge fueled by easy credit and fiscal stimulus increases volatility; prices surge, then slide (WSJ)

Wall Street Plays Villain in Congressional Campaign TV Ads - Democrats and Republicans alike are targeting opponents with bank-bashing television ads (WSJ)

Quantitative Easing Did Not Ease The Housing Crisis For The Neediest Households (Forbes)

ECB’s Danièle Nouy:  Letter to European Parliament on EBA stress testing

BIS’s  Luiz Awazu Pereira da Silva:  How should prudential and monetary policies in open economies react to "current global conditions"?

NBER Working Paper:  Fighting Crises

Resiliency, Recovery, and Resolution - Revisiting the 3 R’s for Central Clearing Counterparties (BlackRock Viewpoint)