EU considers delay to OTC derivatives tape

Member states raise prospect of delaying introduction of consolidated feed

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At least four European Union member states are calling for a delay to a proposed data feed of over-the-counter derivatives prices, according to a document seen by Risk.net.

The document – a leaked questionnaire, dated March 18 – shows countries such as Germany and Spain pouring cold water on plans to create a publicly available feed of executed prices and volumes of derivatives traded off-exchange. The member states are variously calling for the scheme to be delayed or for its scope to be

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