Central counterparty (CCP)
Supervisors should ensure the capital regime for cleared trades avoids a sudden leap in risk weights, says New York Fed president
The effects of high-frequency trading activity should continue to be monitored, but the practice adds value to the forex market, argues a senior Bank of England official
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