Dealers face fragmentation costs in OTC clearing’s Big Bang

The big bang

Michael Davie

According to the Big Bang theory, all matter in the universe was originally densely squashed together, prior to a burst of ultra-fast cosmic inflation – a vast explosion of space – that gave birth to planets, stars and clouds as gravity exerted itself. The universe continues to expand, more slowly, today. But a more contentious theory suggests gravitational attraction will one day stop and then reverse this expansion, in a process dubbed the Big Crunch – stars and worlds will collide and

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