Roughly two-thirds believe trade talks would help fix swaps problems
Taiwan insurers shun structured products amid low volatility and rates
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US makes slow progress in signing up Asian states for Fatca IGAs
Speaking at FX Week USA conference, Daleep Singh acknowledges the improvement in economic conditions in the US but calls for a more balanced global recovery
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Japan questions the current framework for clearing foreign exchange derivatives
After two years of consideration, the US Treasury confirmed its decision to exempt forex swaps and forwards from mandatory clearing and exchange trading on Friday evening
Foreign exchange swaps and forwards should be exempted from the Dodd-Frank ban on prop trading, or else liquidity in the spot market could suffer, industry participants say
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