Really nothing new to report here. As we have said, if any kind of major crisis like we watch for here does arise, it will likely revolve around the ongoing battle between the Trump Administration and the existing power structure it wants to disrupt.
In some ways we may have a new form of gridlock. Instead of Republican vs. Democrat we now appear to have the would be Disruptors vs. the Existing Power Structure (which draws from both political parties). So far, neither side appears to have gained much ground. Hence, what I will call "the new gridlock" for now.
Trump appears to be someone who can pivot on a dime and change teams (talked about working with Democrats as soon as the GOP bill failed) when it suits his purposes to avoid gridlock if he can. But the entrenched factions that exist in the present system may be able to frustrate him as happened with the recent GOP health care bill. More on this thought later. It may provide us a clue as to how Trump might deal with a major financial crisis if faced with one during his term.
Added note: I got the BIS email alert below advising me of new BIS guidelines for banks exposed to risk from so called "Shadow Banking."