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Today’s must read Industry, Regulatory and Markets news stories include:• Corporate Debt Rally Puts Equities in Shade (Financial Times)• BOE and ECB Settle Four-Year Battle Over City Clearing Houses (Financial Times)• Buyers Grow Fed-Up of QE Effect (IFR)
Today’s must read Industry, Regulatory and Markets news stories include:• Compression Trading on SEFs (Clarus)• Christopher Giancarlo Calls for Swap Rules Rethink (Institutional Investor)• ECB’s Bond-Buying Is Already Helping Economy, Liikanen Says (Bloomberg Business)
Compression List Trading volumes have continued on their upward trend this year...
The advent of Swap Execution Facilities and Swap Data Repositories means that it is now possible to implement effective trade surveillance in the OTC swaps market.
Today’s must read Industry, Regulatory and Markets news stories include:• CDS Market Mulls Negative Spreads (IFR)• Evasion Concerns Hamper Package Trade Fix (Risk)• Credit Carnage: ECB Bond Party Over? (IFR)
Germany’s 10-year government bond bid-yield hit an intraday low of 0.17% today, while its Greek counterpart was recovering from yesterday's near two-year high closing value of 12.29%.
Today’s must read Industry, Regulatory and Markets news stories include:• How Foreigners Became America’s Financial Regulators (WSJ)• Riskiest Governments Race to Sell Bonds (WSJ)• Bank Demand for ECB Loans Rises (WSJ)
Today’s must read Industry, Regulatory and Markets news stories include:• Fed Opens Door to Rate Increase but Remains Cautious on Growth (WSJ)• New Rules for OTC Derivatives Delayed for 9 Months (Financial Times)• Sweden Pushes Rates Deeper Into Negative Territory (WSJ)
Regulatory equivalence means that European banks clearing their trades via CCPs in equivalent jurisdictions can do so without the need for added compliance burdens. But ESMA has not yet judged the US standards to be equivalent to its own. As a result, the cost of clearing at US institutions for European banks could be cripplingly expensive.
The multitrillion-dollar market for credit default swaps came under withering criticism during the 2007-10 financial crisis, and Warren Buffett famously deemed them “financial weapons of mass destruction.” But the CDS market may be improving transparency in the stock and bond markets, and more CDSs may lead to healthier and more robust markets.
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