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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 10 August 2018

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FSB issued consultation on the clearing of OTC derivatives, and a report on CCP interdependencies. SRB issued non-confidential version of the “valuation 3” report for the resolution of Banco Popular. EBA updated information to identify GSIIs. FCA consults on the role and tools of the Global Financial Innovation Network.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 3 August 2018

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IOSCO issues recommendations for trading venues. EBA issues RTS on securitisation, and home-host cooperation under PSD2. It also issues a report on the functioning of resolution colleges. ESMA publishes findings of peer review for UCITS. US Treasury issues report on Fintechs. OCC starts accepting applications from Fintechs.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 27 July 2018

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Highlights: CPMI and IOSCO update report on principles for financial market infrastructures. EBA issues opinion on European Secured Notes and updates CET1 and AT1 instruments. ESAs issue guidance on KID requirements for PRIIPs. HM Treasury issues statutory instrument for a temporary permission regime after Brexit. BoE issues statement on SONIA compliance.

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The ECB reaffirmed its way out

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As widely expected, at today’s monetary policy meeting there were no changes in the ECB’s monetary policy stance, as the central bank left key interest rates unchanged and reiterated that it expects the key ECB interest rates to remain “at their present levels at least through the summer of 2019".

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Eurozone | A shift to more moderate growth with increased downward risks

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Confidence seem to level off pointing to a steady growth in 2H18. The 1Q18 slowdown in activity added to increasing uncertainty and higher commodity prices lead us to slash GDP growth forecasts to 2% and 1.7% in 2018-19. Higher oil prices and a weaker euro increase our headline inflation forecasts to 1.7% and 1.8% for this year and next. Trade war risks have intensified.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 20 July 2018

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Highlights: FSB issues report on crypto-assets monitoring. EC urges all parties to prepare for Brexit. ECB issues opinion on proposal regarding NPEs. EBA issues guidelines to strengthen the Pillar 2 framework, on fraud reporting under PSD2 and publishes its risk dashboard. ESMA issues final ITS and RTS regarding STS securitisation regulation.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 13 July 2018

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ECB announces a series of measures for NPLs. ESRB and SRB issue their annual reports. ESMA consults on clearing obligations, and issues statement on Brexit. Spanish Ministry of Economy issues draft law for the sandbox regulation. UK government issues Brexit white paper. US Agencies issue joint statement on the application of EGRRCPA.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 6 July 2018

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BCBS revises the GSIB assessment methodology, and issues technical amendment to NSFR. EBA publishes ITS package for benchmarking exercise. ESMA clarifies clearing obligations for PSAs. CNMV approves Circular on periodic reporting by issuers. PRA consults on proposal for leverage ratio framework. FRB and FDIC consult on resolution plan guidance.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 29 June 2018

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EBA consults on guidelines on outsourcing, and issues opinion on banks’ preparation for Brexit. ECB announces methodology to calculate ESTER. ESMA issues opinion on CCPs liquidity risk assessment. BoE published its financial stability report. Finally, FRB published the stress test results (CCAR).

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Financial Regulation Outlook. Third quarter 2018

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Finalisation of Basel III: what comes next?. Funding in resolution. Regulation is coming: pending issues. New STS securitisations in Europe. Strengthening the Banking Union. Adapting the organisation to the digital era. U.S. financial regulation: relief and recalibration.

Geographies:Global Europe

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The labor share in the service economy

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Much research has documented a decline in the aggregate labor share in the United States and other countries. Yet, this is not a general phenomenon across industries. In fact, there has been a divergence between services and non-services industries in the United States since 1980.

Geographies:USA Europe

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Eurozone | Growth moderation has continued in Q2 and headline inflation has shot up

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The Eurozone could grow at about 0.4% QoQ in the second quarter after a similar figure in 1Q18, according to our BBVA-MICA model. This poses a downward bias to our 2.3% growth forecast for 2018. Inflation accelerated rapidly in May (1.9%) due to higher commodity prices and the euro depreciation, but the core component has progressed as expected to 1.3%.

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Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 22 June 2018

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Basel Committee issues progress report on Risk Data Aggregation. EP adopts internal position on banking package (CRD V). EBA publishes annual report, and issues a consultation on the conditions that institutions need to calculate K-IRB. In the USA, FRB publishes results from supervisory stress tests, and the SEC publishes a draft strategic plan.

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Deepening EMU to create opportunities and increase competitiveness and growth in the EU

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Despite the progress in improving the governance in the last years, the present architecture of EMU is not enough to deal properly with future crisis and face the challenges of the on-going digital revolution. A genuine monetary, fiscal, banking and economic union, with a non-constrained interaction between monetary and fiscal policies.

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The use of cash and its determinants

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The digital revolution is leading to an increased use of electronic payment instruments; however, cash is still used in 79% of retail payments. This note analyses the factors driving the use of cash for payments across EU countries classified in four categories: access to cash and banking products, degree of digitalisation, macroeconomic environment and cultural factors.

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