Priorities revealed for EU capital markets union

Brussels shake-up for pensions, crowdfunding and infrastructure

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two businessmen jumping hurdles, illustration by Daniel Haskett ©Daniel Haskett
Low volatility, new rivals and onerous rules are taking their toll
The U.S. flag is arranged for a photograph in New York, U.S., on Thursday, May 26, 2011. The cost of insuring U.S. government debt against losses for one year with credit default swaps is rising while the price of protection over longer periods has fallen, as investors bet the standoff over raising the debt ceiling may drag into August. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Comment: Flawed US rules fragment swaps market, says CFTC Commissioner Giancarlo

Nasdaq head questions SEC market panel

No place for New York Stock Exchange or Nasdaq on committee

BATS buys forex trading network Hotspot

US exchange makes first moves beyond equities

Pravettoni leaves LCH.Clearnet

Executive departs after seven years at clearing house

Commit to removing legal barriers to data-sharing

From Larry Thompson. Sir, Regulators are right to point out that a common financial language is essential to addressing some of the failings that were made apparent during the financial crisis

GFI head makes last call for CME backing

Michael Gooch says he and ex-wife will take cut price for shares

CME in cocoa contract challenge to ICE

Exchange group’s move into commodity breaks rival’s stranglehold

Small-time traders drive SE Asia futures

Experts warn of need to encourage institutional players

ICE to change Isdafix calculation

Exchange to move away from bank submissions

Borsa Istanbul in talks over stake sale

Turkish exchange aims for deal ahead of coming IPO