Energy Risk USA: could anti-manipulation rule curb energy activity?

Dodd-Frank manipulation rules could “chill” energy market and boost regulatory infrastructure costs: ER USA panel

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Experts at the Energy Risk USA conference in Houston last week discussed the possibility that new anti-manipulation rules under the Dodd-Frank Act could be costly and temporarily affect energy market trading activity.

Stricter rules in this area could have a temporary impact on price discovery, according to expert panelists speaking at the event. Section 753 of Dodd-Frank amended section 6 (c) of the Commodity Exchange Act, which prohibits attempts to manipulate the market. However, the

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