The New York Fed's concerns about intra-day credit should be tackled by JP Morgan, BNY Mellon and DTCC, an industry taskforce concludes
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More than half of respondents expect regulators to back down over extraterritoriality application of margin rules
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Congressman Darrell Issa attacks margin rules that threaten to isolate US banks. Foreign regulators say they have no plans to copy the proposals
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