BNP Paribas and BTMU tout ‘scalable’ stress testing
Ice says move is “not an outcome we want to see” but Emir margin could drive users away
European utilities remain eager to move away from oil indexation
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Adapting to new rules and capital requirements is achievable, says Agran
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International players have concerns over first RMB oil contract
JP Morgan's oil team is providing liquidity across the barrel in Asia
Volume 7, Issue 2 (2014)
Rival WCS indexes hinder growth of financial trading, firms argue
Research chief is sceptical about end of oil indexation in European gas
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