Top Regulators Eye NonCleared US Treasury Market For Modicum Of RegulationMark Melin
There are many dates that are emblazed on investor’s foreheads. The ushering in the terrorist trend occured on September 11, 2001; the “Lehman moment” on September 15, 2008 when markets received confirmation the bank’s nontransparent derivatives were more than faulty; welcoming the world to electronic flash crashes occured on May 6, 2010; and then there is the lesser known date of October 15, 2014. This is when significant volatility, spanning a six deviation move, hit the US Treasury market. In July of the following year financial . . .
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