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  • Finding a solution to structural poverty requires a review of the devel- opment model as well as the macroeconomic policies adopted by gov- ernments. Social development and economic growth must be under- stood as integral parts of the same process. Eliminating the causes of structural poverty requires overcoming the false dichotomy between the social and economic aspects of development. In other words, poverty reduction should be the main objective of macroeconomic policies in the social sectors....

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  • With the increased use of technology to share information among law enforcement agencies and the courts, it is common for jurisdictions to place information regarding civil and criminal cases, including protection 9 orders, in secure governmental databases or on websites to allow for easy access to case information. VAWA limits the personal information that can be publicly posted on the Internet.

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  • Our results suggest that both monetary policy and capital inows shocks have a signicant and positive effect on house prices, credit to the private sector and residential investment. The effects of both shocks are greater in countries with a higher degree of mortgage market development, with the effect of monetary policy shocks roughly doubling. This suggests that excessive nancial innovation may act as a propagation mechanism. The existence of mortgage-backed securities has a much larger effect on the transmission of capital inows shocks.

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  • Each of these explanations has different policy implications. Should policymakers try to address external imbalances, increase nancial regulation or redesign the monetary policy framework to prevent future crises? To shed light on this question, we analyse the impact of both monetary policy and capital inows shocks on the housing sector across 18 OECD countries. We also assess whether the degree of mortgage market development or legislation permitting issuance of mortgage-backed securities amplify or dampen the impact of these shocks on the housing sector....

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  • Chapter 45 provides knowledge of securities regulation. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Define “security” and explain how issuances and issuers of securities are regulated, describe communication rules for a public offering of securities, list the securities act’s exemptions from registration, discuss liability for securities.

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  • Chapter 45 - Securities regulation. After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Define “security” and explain how issuances and issuers of securities are regulated, describe communication rules for a public offering of securities, list the securities act’s exemptions from registration, discuss liability for securities.

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  • The international debt securities market2 brings together borrowers and lenders with diverse risk profiles and risk appetites. This special feature investigates the determinants of the currency denomination of international debt issuance. Specifically, it examines the share of aggregate issuance of international bonds and notes that is denominated in selected currencies, and estimates the impact on these currency shares of a number of plausible factors.

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  • Having auditors attest to the reliability of financial statements of public companies is intended to increase public and investor confidence in the fairness of the financial information. Moreover, investors and other users of financial statements expect auditors to bring integrity, independence, objectivity, and professional competence to the financial reporting process and to prevent the issuance of misleading financial statements.

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  • Filers reported suspicious activity involving pricing disparities in 34 SAR-SFs, or 37 percent of SAR-SFs referencing CMOs. While the face values of the CMOs had not changed since issuance, their market values had greatly diminished, some reportedly to as little as 1 percent of face value. Filers reported many subjects who applied for loans based on the face value of the security.

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  • State of Israel Bonds. State of Israel bonds are securities issued by the Israeli government through the Development Corporation of Israel that are marketed to the Israeli diaspora in particular to help build the nation’s infrastructure. Sixty years after David Ben-Gurion established the program in 1951, State of Israel bonds have raised over $33 billion. 405 Today, Israel considers the issuance of these bonds as a stable source of overseas borrowing and an important mechanism for maintaining ties with its diaspora.

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  • The majority of the long-term capital market funding has traditionally been senior unsecured bonds, followed by secured debt paper such as Pfandbriefe or asset- backed securities. There are regional differences between secured debt instruments: Pfandbriefe have enjoyed relatively high popularity for decades already, especially in Germany. In Anglo-American countries secured capital market funding has mainly taken the form of securitisations and asset-backed money market paper.

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  • The regulatory function of stock exchanges was in the past mostly limited to issuing rules and clarifying aspects of existing frameworks. The standard-setting role of stock exchanges was essentially exercised through the issuance of listing, ongoing disclosure, maintenance and de-listing requirements. On the enforcement side, stock exchanges have shared their regulatory function with capital market supervisory agencies.

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  • The historic return profile of the Credit Suisse Leveraged Loan Index1 changed dramatically following the 2008 financial crisis. Pre-crisis, returns were relatively stable and characterized by low volatility. By the end of 2008, volatility had spiked dramatically. However, it is important to note that the volatility experienced in mid 2008 to early 2009 was due largely to a technology-driven sell-off, caused by excessive new issuances and forced selling from leveraged vehicles with market-value triggers.

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  • The high costs of fighting the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have rekindled congressional interest in the concept of the sale of a Treasury security to help finance these war costs. In the 111th Congress, three bills have been introduced that would permit the issuance of a war bond: S. 2846, H.R. 4315, and H.R. 4385. Although these bills are silent on any relationship between the proposed “war bonds” and World War II-era war bonds, the question has been raised whether or not the issuance of war bonds during the Second World War serves as a good model for a new “war bond.

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  • A second characteristic of the crisis involves the behavior of liquidity and credit spreads.

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  • With the increased use of technology to share information among law enforcement agencies and the courts, it is common for jurisdictions to place information regarding civil and criminal cases, including protection orders, in secure governmental databases or on websites to allow for easy access to case information. VAWA limits the personal information that can be publicly posted on the Internet.

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  • Chapter 12 - Government debt, monetary policy and the payments system. The goals of this chapter are: Outline reasons why governments borrow; describe features of the main commonwealth government debt instruments, issuance process, participants and related calculations; describe the purpose and structure of state government central borrowing authorities;...

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  • Green bonds involve the issuing entity guaranteeing to repay the bond over a certain period of time, plus either a fixed or variable rate of return. They can be asset backed securities 43 (see Breeze Bonds Case Study – Box 3) tied to specific green infrastructure projects or plain vanilla “treasury-style” bonds issued to raise capital that will be allocated across a portfolio of green projects (such as the World Bank‟s issuances).

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  • To the extent that the relevant laws or securities regulation already address corporate governance of listed companies, the role of exchange regulation can therefore only be complementary. For instance, rules on prospectus issuance follow largely from national securities law, and international harmonisation initiatives (notably the EU Prospectus Directive) may have further limited the scope of standards setting by exchanges. Even in jurisdictions where exchanges are empowered to issue regulations, they may be subject to an approval by another regulatory authority, e.g.

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