Commodities regulation since the financial crisis presents an interactive timeline looking at major regulatory developments affecting commodity markets since the global financial crisis of 2008


Since the 2008 global financial crisis, commodity markets have been hit by a wave of regulation. On both sides of the Atlantic, politicians and regulators have sharpened their focus on commodity trading, forcing market participants to comply with a plethora of new rules and regulations.

While commodity trading firms are grappling with increased scrutiny of their activities, a number of rules have yet to be fully implemented, and big questions remain about how they will ultimately be put into

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