House of Representatives has offered firms more relief from CFTC rules
The US House of Representatives has passed a new bill that
will allow more exemptions from tough swap rules enforced by
the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).
The bill confirms the watchdog’s mandate and
requires it to provide a technology plan every five years,
publish in any proposed rule a deadline for compliance and
examine high frequency trading (HFT).
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