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News in Systemic Risk: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 (10 a.m. ET)

Structural Changes in Banking After the Crisis (Committee on the Global Financial System; BIS)

Friend or Foe? Cross-Border Linkages, Contagious Banking Crises, and “Coordinated” Macroprudential Policies (Seung M. Choi, Laura E. Kodres, Jing Lu; IMF)

2018: If Not Now, When? – Speech by Danièle Nouy (ECB)

Mind the (Current Account) Gap (Mark Joy, Noëmie Lisack, Simon Lloyd, Dennis Reinhardt, Rana Sajedi, Simon Whitaker; Bank of England)

As Regulatory Reform Push Continues, Federal Reserve Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles Sets Out His Guiding Principles (Margaret E. Tahyar, Ryan Johansen; Davis Polk)

Senate Confirms Jerome Powell as Federal Reserve Chairman (WSJ)

Powell Approved by Senate to Succeed Yellen as Fed Chair (Bloomberg)

Senate Confirms Jerome H. Powell as Fed Chairman (New York Times)

EU Finance Ministers Seek to Revive Banking Union Plan (FT)

A Wall Street Ally Leads the Charge to Roll Back the Volcker Rule (Bloomberg)

Trump’s FDIC Pick Plays It Safe on Fight Over Big Bank Leverage (Bloomberg)

Trump’s FDIC Nominee Promises Relief for Small Banks (WSJ)

Trump’s Pick to Head FDIC Vows to Address Non-Bank Licenses “Hold-Up” (Reuters)

ECB Set to Delay Tackling of Euro Zone’s Pile of Bad Loans – Sources (Reuters)

China Will Surprise World With Reforms in 2018, Xi Adviser Says (Bloomberg)

Cracks Are Showing in China’s Shadow Banking Industry (Bloomberg)

As Markets and Growth Steam Ahead, Signs of Caution Emerge (WSJ)

Investors Get Ready for More Bad News From European Banks’ Earnings (Bloomberg)