By Jim Brunsden and Silla Brush, Bloomberg |
July 11, 2013
U.S. and European Union financial regulators broke a deadlock over rules for the $633 trillion global swaps market, saying the deadline-beating accord will protect banks from overlapping requirements and extra costs.
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