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Global | 2018 G-SIBs list: the three key changes

The Financial Stability Board (FSB) has released its 2018 list for the Global Systemically Important Banks (G-SIBs). The total number of G-SIBs decreases to 29 (from 30). The three key changes versus the prior list are: i) one bank in (BPCE); ii) two outs (Nordea and RBS) and iii) two banks shift to a lower bucket (Bank of America and China Construction Bank).

Fri, 16 Nov 2018 17:22:16 +0000

Market Comment | Developments in Europe drove financial markets during the week

Fri, 16 Nov 2018 15:17:12 +0000

Global | Continued soft landing with differentiations across the three large economies

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Lower prospects for global growth with mixed data across regions in 3Q18, as the US keeps outperforming while quarterly figures disappoint in China and the EZ. Global trade remains solid, but partly reflects the frontloading of Chinese exports to avoid further tariffs early next year. Our BBVA-GAIN model suggests growth will keep adjusting in 4Q18 to around 0.9% q/q.

Fri, 16 Nov 2018 13:44:00 +0000

Financial Regulation: Weekly Update. 16 November 2018

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Highlights: EC issues communication on the Brexit agreement, and on contingency measures for a no-deal scenario. SRB issues work programme and expectations for Brexit. FSB issues 2018 G-SIB list, reports on resolution and benchmarks, the Cyber Lexicon, and consults on CCP resolution. CESFI starts the process to become the Spanish macroprudential authority

Fri, 16 Nov 2018 12:30:18 +0000

Turkey | Adjustment in activity gains momentum

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Industrial Production (IP) decreased by 2.7% yoy in calendar adjusted terms in September, lower than the market expectation ( 1.5% Bloomberg vs -7.5% ours). Our monthly GDP indicator (GBTRGDPY Index at Bloomberg) nowcasts 2.2% yoy growth in September and 0.6% annual contraction in October (with 96% and 47% of info including our Retails Sales Indicator, respectively).

Fri, 16 Nov 2018 11:57:04 +0000

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