Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has admitted
that it may be unable to reach a quick solution to the
regulatory issues that have hampered the development of single
stock futures (SSFs) in the US caused by their regulatory
oversight being shared by CFTC and Securities and Exchange
Sharon Brown-Hruska, acting chairman of CFTC, said "I think
we have taken things as far as we can on a lot of those
issues," admitting, "I have not accomplished everything I would
have hoped in working with SEC [on SSFs]."
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