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Shortage of high quality liquid assets prompts Danish regulators to push for changes to the liquidity coverage ratio within the European Union capital requirements directive
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Fund’s Global Financial Stability Report and World Economic Outlook updates show concern over insufficiency of eurozone stress tests, links between banking and sovereign risks
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EU plans to standardise sanctions welcomed, but 'impractical'
2011 stress tests will struggle for credibility
European leaders endorse EFSF model, as facility gears up for debut issuance of up to €5 billion
UK parliamentarians cross-examine European Commissioner for internal market regulation Michel Barnier on how much power new European supervisory authorities will have over national regulators
The European Commission has produced a consultation paper that suggests a basis for banning certain investments, with structured products making their usual appearance in the limelight
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