Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) last week
announced moves to replace its "woefully out of date"
electronic trade monitoring system and boost staffing in the
run up to reauthorisation by the US government.
Overhauling the trade surveillance system (TSS) will cost an
estimated $3.5-4.5m and take around two and a half years to
implement, CFTC said in its recent strategic review.
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