Amid complaints over an awkward calculation period and a lack of robust market data, energy firms have turned to trade membership body the European Federation of Energy Traders (Efet) to produce data that could form an estimate of market sizes in commodity asset classes.
The figures will be used to help market participants know whether or not they will be caught by the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid II).
To avoid the scope of Europe's widespread trading and
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