The world's largest exchanges clash over reforms aiming to open up Europe's futures market to competition
world's largest exchanges have clashed over proposed reforms
aiming to open up the European futures market to competition,
The European Commission is working to define the technical
standards for its Mifid II reforms to make its futures market
more competitive but the proposals have divided the largest
exchanges in the region.
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