Dodd-Frank delay gets mixed response from energy firms
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With Dodd-Frank reporting and record-keeping rules set to come into effect on April 10, energy companies worry they won’t be ready in time
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Oil major Shell and price reporting agency Platts offer rival plans to fix market distortions in Brent crude oil
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The tight link between commodities and equities is easing as firms become less worried about macro shocks, say analysts
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