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Pollution rule could impact long-term ERCOT reliability and create additional costs as power plants devote resources to understanding the new system, ERCOT warns
Recent reports of the Serious Fraud Office's involvement in the News International case could reinforce SFO director Richard Alderman's argument for its independence
FSMA initiative aims to restrict the distribution of structured products deemed unsuitable for the average retail investor
Monetary and capital markets deputy director Christopher Towe tells conference delegates that ongoing vulnerabilities could sow the seeds of the next crisis
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