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News in Systemic Risk: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 (10 a.m. ET)

U.S. Election

House Republicans Ask Agencies to Freeze All Rulemakings - Will vote later this week on a bill to prevent last-minute regulations (WSJ)

German Banking Sector

Germany Threatens to Abandon Basel Talks If Demands Not Met (Bloomberg)

Bundesbank Says Low Interest Rates Encouraging Risk Build-Up (Bloomberg)

Bundesbank’s Andreas Dombret: What's the state of play in Germany's banking sector?

Bundesbank’s Claudia Buch: The Deutsche Bundesbank's 2016 Financial Stability Review

U.S. Stress Tests

Auditor’s Report Faults Fed on ‘Stress Tests’ - GAO says Fed needs to improve transparency and its oversight of mathematical models (WSJ)

GAO:  Additional Actions Could Help Ensure the Achievement of Stress Test Goals

Fed’s Neel Kashkari Rolls Out Blueprint for Ending ‘Too Big to Fail’ Banks - Impact of ‘Minneapolis Plan’ unclear given Donald Trump’s calls for less regulation (WSJ)

EU agrees new rules for money market funds, eliminating some (Reuters)

Do we have a liquidity problem post-crisis? - Featuring keynote remarks by Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer (Brookings)

ECB’s Danièle Nouy:  Times they are a-changin’ - the “new normal” and what it means for banks and supervisors

ECB’s Vítor Constâncio: Euro area - economic outlook and financial sector challenges

ECB Working Paper:  Home bias in bank sovereign bond purchases and the bank-sovereign nexus

ECB Working Paper:  Mending the broken link - heterogeneous bank lending and monetary policy pass-through

ECB Supervision Newsletter Autumn 2016