CFTC's proposed cross-border trade rule faces opposition

Banks and foreign regulators are voicing opposition to a proposal from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission that would require foreign financial institutions and other firms to disclose information on trades that involve U.S. entities. Experts say the cross-border rules likely will conflict with foreign regulations, could push trading away from U.S. financial firms and will likely drive up costs.

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