Germany Drops Euro FX, Equity Derivatives Ban

The German government has dropped a proposal to ban euro fx derivatives and equity derivatives from its latest draft bill.

  • 02 Jun 2010
The German government has dropped a proposal to ban euro fx derivatives and equity derivatives from its latest draft bill. Just last week, the government had expanded its proposed ban to include those instruments, and it is unclear why there has been a change of heart. The measure, ...

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