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News in Systemic Risk: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 (10 a.m. ET)

Fragmentation in global financial markets: good or bad for financial stability? (Stijn Claessens; Bank of International Settlements)

Where next for the Basel Committee? (Pablo Hernández de Cos; Bank of Spain)

The Effects of Financial Market Uncertainty: Does Regime Change Occur During Financial Market Crises? (Seewon Kim; Bank of Korea)

The real effects of bank distress: evidence from bank bailouts in Germany (Johannes Bersch, Hans Degryse, Thomas Kick, Ingrid Stein; Deutsche Bundesbank)

How prepared are markets for the end of Libor? (Bank of England)

Eurozone should re-think stress tests, Enria says (CentralBanking)

Bonds Get a Taste of What Happens When Central Banks Step Back (Masaki Kondo, Kazumi Miura, Emily Barrett; Bloomberg)