Final execution rules in the US have given swap execution facilities the power to determine what products they will be allowed to trade. The entire industry appears to agree this is a terrible idea ...
Fight over margin requirements for uncleared trades is not over, banks vow, but Isda will develop a standard model for use under the rules
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