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ICAS
September Newsletter - Issue 35/2019
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Announcements
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EIOPA
Calls for a sound cyber resilience framework
17 September 2019
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority ("EIOPA") published the report on "Cyber Risk for Insurers - Challenges and Opportunities". For more information please press here.
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FCA
Update to June 2019 joint statement on opportunistic strategies in the credit derivatives market
19 September 2019
On 24 June 2019, the Chairmen of the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, along with the Chief Executive of the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA"), released a joint statement on opportunistic strategies in the credit derivatives markets. The joint statement outlined mutual concerns about the pursuit of these strategies and the adverse impact they may have on the integrity, confidence and reputation of the credit derivatives markets, as well as markets more generally. For more information please press here.
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ESMA
Issues opinion on accepted market practice by Spanish CNMV
19 September 2019
The European Securities and Markets Authority ("ESMA") has issued an opinion supporting a revised Accepted Market Practice on liquidity contracts notified by the Spanish market regulator, the Comision Nacional del Mercado de Valores ("CNMV"). For more information please press here.
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Other Alerts
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FCA
Finds MiFID II research unbundling rules working well for investors
19 September 2019
The FCA has published multi-firm review findings indicating the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive’s ("MiFID II") research unbundling rules have improved asset managers’ accountability over costs, saving millions for investors. For more information please press here.
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Market News
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Bloomberg Professional
U.S. soybean demand to rise as buyers skip Amazon-fired products
18 September 2019
"Boycotts of Brazilian products over fires and deforestation in the Amazon will likely match that faced by the palm oil industry, shifting non-China demand to U.S. soybean. China’s demand for Brazilian soy soared with the U.S.-China trade war, encouraging rapid land conversion. The climate threat from fires in the Amazon dwarfs Asian agribusiness."  For more information please press here.
 
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Bloomberg 
U.S. Futures rise with Europe stocks; Oil advances: Markets wrap
20 September 2019
"U.S. equity futures and European stocks climbed on Friday as a busy week of central bank meetings drew to a close, with focus now likely to shift back to the trade war. Treasuries edged higher for a fifth day. Contracts on the three main American indexes all pointed to a positive start on Wall Street after the S&P 500 Index closed less than 1% from a record high on Thursday. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index drifted before rising led by retail shares. The pound reversed an earlier gain as the Irish government moved to dampen hopes of an imminent breakthrough in Brexit negotiations." For more information please press here.
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Financial Times
Japan trade accord becomes UK post-Brexit priority
20 September 2019
"Tokyo has resisted "copy-and-paste" rollover, looking for better terms once Britain out of EU." For more information please press here.
 
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Reuters
Wall Street mixed as Microsoft climbs and Apple dips
20 September 2019
"Wall Street ended mixed on Thursday, with a gain in Microsoft offsetting a dip in Apple, a day after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates as expected and left the door open for further monetary easing." For more information please press here.
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Cryptocurrencies
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MarketWatch
Libra is an opportunity to leapfrog Chinese fintech to achieve cashless economy
16 September 2019
"Few things unite Democrats, the Trump administration, the Federal Reserve, and even France’s Finance Ministry like opposition to Facebook’s FB, +1.06% Libra. The principal grievances are that widespread use of Libra could instigate financial instability and further enable the illicit transactions of drug dealers and terrorists." For more information please press here.
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