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Special regulation report from Houston

With the US set to unveil the largest set of financial regulation reforms of the past 30 years, Lianna Brinded reports from Houston, Texas, on how these changes will effect the energy and commodities industry.

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Lighting up dark pools

The Singapore Exchange’s planned launch of Asia’s first exchange-backed dark pool may indicate the region’s dominant exchanges are ready to take on brokers providing internal crossing systems for anonymous block trades. At the same time, it offers dark…

Limits on leverage

Dealers have rushed to hook up their foreign exchange platforms to e-brokers offering foreign exchange leverage services to Japanese consumers collectively known as ‘Mrs Watanabe’. But new rules threaten to spoil the party. How are dealers responding?…

Commerzbank, IBM Mull Outsourcing Deal

FRANKFURT—In what looks like a pioneering deal, Commerzbank is working out the details of an IT outsourcing arrangement with IBM that would see the vendor take on responsibility not just for low-level infrastructure, but complete management of major…

Euronext pays CME $7.5m to settle Wagner patent dispute

Pan-European exchange Euronext will pay the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) $7.5 million related to settlement of an indemnification dispute. The dispute revolves around the CME’s $15 million deal in August last year with electronic brokerage eSpeed…

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