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News in Systemic Risk: Wednesday, March 4, 2020 (10 a.m. ET)

A program for strengthening the Federal Reserve's ability to fight the next recession (David Reifschneider, David Wilcox ; Peterson Institute for International Economics)

Household Debt and House Prices-at-risk: A Tale of Two Countries (Adrian Alter , Elizabeth M. Mahoney; IMF)

The effect of bank capital requirements on the real economy and their interaction with monetary policy (Gabriele Cozzi, Matthieu Darracq Pariès, Peter Karadi, Jenny Körner, Christoffer Kok, Falk Mazelis, Kalin Nikolov, Elena Rancoita, Alejandro Van der Ghote, Julien Weber; VoxEU)

Are financial crises demand or supply shocks? (Felipe Benguria, Alan M. Taylor; VoxEU)

Turbo-charging sterling LIBOR transition: why 2020 is the year for action - and what the Bank of England is doing to help (Andrew Hauser; Bank for International Settlements)

Global Corporate Debt during Crises: Implications of Switching Borrowing across Markets (Juan Jose Cortina Lorente, Tatiana Didier Brandao, Sergio Schmukler; The World Bank)

Fed’s $100 Billion Repo Intervention Falls Short Of Bank Demand (Michael S. Derby; Wall Street Journal)

Live: Central banks respond to the coronavirus outbreak (CentralBanking)

UK seeks to convince EU to talk financial services (Jim Brunsden; Financial Times)