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News in Systemic Risk: Tuesday, November 8, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

New Bank of England Bailout Rules

Bank of England:  New Bank of England rules bring UK closer to ending taxpayer bailouts

Taxpayer bailouts for banks 'too big to fail' to end by 2022 - The UK's banks should no longer be "too big to fail", under revised rules announced by the Bank of England (BBC)

Bank of England sets new rules to end bank bailouts (Reuters)

Public hearing on the Review of the EU Macro-prudential framework

Public hearing on the Review of the EU Macro-prudential framework Programme

ESMA’s Steven Maijoor:  Speech for public hearing on the review of the EU macro-prudential framework

Central Bank of Ireland’s Cyril Roux:  Speech about the future of macro-prudential policy at the European Commission

Bank of Finland’s Pentti Hakkarainen:  Notes for the panel discussion on “Capital-based macro-prudential instruments – what type of policy tools are needed to ad-dress macro-prudential risks in the banking sector?”

An Idea to Revolutionize Europe's Debt Could Be Coming of Age - Mario Draghi is paying attention to the concept European Safe Bonds (Bloomberg)

When linear models are misleading (Bank of England Bank Underground blog)

Resiliency of macroprudential frameworks: An international comparison (

ECB’s Danièle Nouy:  Results of the EBA 2016 EU-wide stress test

ECB’s Sabine Lautenschläger:  Two years and three days of European banking supervision – what has changed?

Bank of England’s Jon Cunliffe: Challenges for financial markets

National Bank of Belgium Working Paper:  The impact of sectoral macroprudential capital requirements on mortgage loan pricing - Evidence from the Belgian risk weight add-on

NBER Working Paper:  Public Debt as Private Liquidity - Optimal Policy

Federal Reserve:  The October 2016 Senior Loan Officer Opinion Survey on Bank Lending Practices