Elle se situait déjà à 7% fin mars. En cause, principalement, l'augmentation des prix de l'énergie.

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Il s'agit du plus faible mois d'avril enregistré par l'l'Association des constructeurs européens (ACEA) depuis 1990.

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Le groupe de transport franco-néerlandais et l'armateur marseillais vont avoir une offre conjointe dans le fret aérien. Et CMA CGM montera à 9% maximum du capital d'Air France-KLM.

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Depuis qu'Emmanuel Macron a repris à son compte la notion de « planification écologique », plusieurs rapports analysent comment elle pourrait se traduire dans l'organisation de l'Etat.

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Les épreuves écrites de spécialité du bac 2022 se sont déroulées dans tous les lycées.

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Les pays européens prennent des mesures pour contenir l’inflation. Certaines stratégies sont-elles plus efficaces que d'autres ? Tour d'horizon.

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Le pacte de responsabilité est-il vraiment le symbole du virage social-libéral de François Hollande? La réponse d'un économiste proche du président de la République, Daniel Cohen, professeur à Normal'Sup.

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Pour la Cour de Justice européenne, le tarif de rachat de l'électricité éolienne est contraire aux règles communautaires. L'Etat va-t-il devoir rembourser ces surfacturations illégales?

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Le conseil de surveillance a validé ce mardi l'entrée au capital de PSA de l'Etat et du chinois Dongfeng. Avec 2,8 millions de véhicules vendus en 2013 dans le monde et près de 195.000 salariés, PSA Peugeot Citroën est le premier constructeur automobile français.

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Isda AGM: Japan central banker says regulators should analyse liquidity impact of capital rules

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Regulator demands could lead to "tick-the-box" exercise, hear delegates at Quant Summit Europe

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Isda AGM: US banks in the dark over uncleared initial margin model approvals

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BIS Press Release - The September issue of the BIS Quarterly Review - Low inflation despite a stronger economic outlook helped push markets up in recent months and reduced the expected pace of tightening of monetary policy in major economies. Signs of increased risk-taking have become apparent in a number of areas, including narrow credit spreads, increased carry trade activity and looser bond covenants.

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Press release about the Basel Committee publishing Basel III monitoring results (12 September 2017)

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The Board of Directors of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has appointed Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, as Chair of the Global Economy Meeting (GEM) and the Economic Consultative Committee (ECC), after consultations with members of the GEM. The appointment takes effect on 1 December 2017. (Press release, 11 September 2017)

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BIS Quarterly Review for September 2017: Strong outlook with low inflation spurs risk-taking. Special features on "FX swaps and forwards: missing global debt?", "Central bank cryptocurrencies", "What are the effects of macroprudential policies on macroeconomic performance?" and "Green bond finance and certification"

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This report is the 12th publication of results from the periodic Basel III monitoring exercise and summarises the aggregate results using data as of 31 December 2016.

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This study quantifies the importance of a Global Financial Cycle (GFCy) for capital flows. We use capital flow data disaggregated by direction and type between Q1 1990 and Q4 2015 for 85 countries, and conventional techniques, models and metrics. Since the GFCy is an unobservable concept, ...

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The BIS compiles and publishes three sets of statistics on foreign exchange markets: US dollar exchange rates, effective exchange rate (EER) indices, and spot and derivatives trading.

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As part of its statistics dedicated to global financial conditions, the BIS collects data about credit and publishes on a quarterly basis four main sets of credit metrics.

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The term global liquidity is used by the BIS to mean the ease of financing in global financial markets. Credit is among the key indicators of global liquidity, and is the focus of the quarterly indicators estimated by the BIS.

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Tuesday 17 May 2022 11:42

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s securities markets regulator, is on the information and templates to be provided, and used by firms, when they inform regulators of their cross-border marketing and management activities under the UCITS Directive and the AIFMD.

The purpose of the draft ITS and RTS is to facilitate the process for notifying cross-border marketing and management activities in relation to UCITS and AIFs. This will be achieved by defining harmonised information to be notified to competent authorities, and developing common templates to be...

Related documents:

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Tuesday 17 May 2022 11:42

Directive 2009/65/EC (the UCITS Directive) and Directive 2011/61/EU (the AIFMD) empower ESMA to develop implementing technical standards (ITS) and regulatory technical standards (RTS) to specify the information to be provided, as well as the content and format of notification letters to be...

Documents: 

Closing date: 

09/09/2022

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Tuesday 17 May 2022 11:41

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IOSCO/MR/11/2022 Madrid, 28 April 2022

IOSCO releases report on issues and considerations of market data in secondary equity markets The Board of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) today published a report that sets out some issues and considerations for regulators when reviewing the regulation of market data.

The Report Market Data in the Secondary Equity Market: Current Issues and Considerations highlights that market data is an essential element of efficient price discovery and for maintaining fair and efficient markets. Specifically, market data enables market participants to identify liquidity, make informed order routing and investment decisions and comply with regulatory requirements, such as best execution.

As secondary markets have evolved, market data needs have changed and market participants in many jurisdictions have raised concerns about the costs, accessibility, fairness, and consolidation of market data.

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IOSCO/MR/10/2022

Madrid, 06 April 2022

Corporate bond markets

The Board of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) is publishing its report on and invites stakeholder feedback on the analysis. Feedback will inform IOSCO’s ongoing review of the sector and future consideration on ways to improve market functioning and the resilience of liquidity supply under stress.

The corporate bond analysis provides the broader context on the underlying markets that buyside investors such as ETFs and traditional open-ended funds increasingly invest in. These markets have grown exponentially since the Global Financial Crisis. The COVID-19 induced market stress highlighted the potential systemic significance of disorderly corporate bond trading and liquidity dysfunction. While market dynamics are evolving with new entrants such as ETFs and increased electronification, secondary corporate bond trading remains mostly reliant on a small network of OTC dealers in markets that remain fairly illiquid. The March 2020 events raised questions about market-functioning and whether improvements could be made to bolster liquidity and alleviate supply side constraints in stress.

Exchange traded funds

IOSCO is today also consulting on for IOSCO members, asset managers, and trading venues to consider in the operation and trading of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and to supplement IOSCO’s 2013

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IOSCO/MR/09/2022

Madrid, 31 March 2022

The International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) welcomes the publication of the Exposure Drafts of proposed climate and general sustainability disclosure requirements. These have been published today for public consultation by the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB).

Erik Thedéen, Chair of the IOSCO Sustainable Finance Task Force (STF) said: “These exposure drafts will help clear the way for corporates to accelerate progress towards disclosing complete, consistent and comparable information on sustainability matters, and we encourage all stakeholders to engage constructively with the ISSB during the consultation.”

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