Le verdict des Sages de la rue de Montpensier sur la loi relative à la gestion de la crise sanitaire a été accueilli avec une certaine appréhension par les représentants des secteurs concernés.

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Les dispositions de la loi prévoyant qu'un tel contrat puisse être rompu «avant son terme» par l'employeur faute de passe sanitaire ont été censurées par le Conseil constitutionnel.

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À deux censures près, le Conseil constitutionnel a validé, jeudi, la nouvelle stratégie du gouvernement pour enrayer la propagation du Covid-19.

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[Les folies financières françaises] Nous clôturons cette série d’été avec les frasques de Natixis, la banque d’investissement lancée par Banque Populaire et Caisse d’Epargne en 2006.

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Le pass sanitaire, même s’il prétend avoir pour but de vacciner in fine toute la population de plus de 12 ans, dit en fait le contraire puisque la vaccination demeure une option.

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Expulsion de tous les étrangers, limitation stricte des échanges commerciaux… Le Japon met en place au XVIIe siècle une politique de fermeture dont il saura profiter.

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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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IOSCO/MR/21/2021

Madrid, 27 July 2021

IOSCO’s SPAC network held its first meeting yesterday to discuss the issues raised by special purpose acquisition companies.

While SPACs have long existed, transactions have surged recently, drawing regulatory attention to the issues SPACs raise.  While SPACs may offer alternative sources of funding and provide opportunities for investors, they may also raise regulatory concerns.

Following an initial discussion on this issue, the IOSCO Board agreed at its meeting on 9 June 2021 to establish an IOSCO SPAC Network to facilitate information sharing about SPACs and monitor developments in this area.  The IOSCO SPAC network will be chaired by Jean-Paul Servais, Chairman of the Financial Services and Markets Authority, Belgium and Vice-Chair of the IOSCO Board.

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IOSCO/MR/20/2021

Madrid, 26 July 2021

The Board of the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) is soliciting feedback on a set of proposed recommendations regarding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Ratings and Data Providers.

The IOSCO Consultation Report on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Ratings and Data Providers (Consultation Report) aims at assisting IOSCO members in understanding the implications of the activities of ESG ratings and data providers and in establishing frameworks to mitigate risks stemming from these activities. In doing so, it proposes a set of recommendations to mitigate these risks and address some of the challenges faced by users of products and services from ESG ratings and data providers, and the companies that are the subject of these ESG ratings and data products

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IOSCO/MR/19/2021

21 July 2021

The CPMI and IOSCO assessed the implementation of Principle 17 (Operational risk) of the Principles for financial market infrastructures in 38 FMIs from 29 jurisdictions. Surveyed financial market infrastructures (FMIs) have business continuity plans, reviewed at least annually and tested regularly, that included pandemic scenarios prior to Covid-19. The report identified one serious issue of concern in the area of recovery. The CPMI and IOSCO urge the relevant FMIs and their supervisors to take action to resolve these issues.

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