6/17/2013

The European Commission has delayed until Sept. 1 a decision on whether U.S. derivatives rules match EU ones. If the European Securities and Markets Authority were to conclude that U.S. and EU rules are not "equivalent," U.S. companies doing business in Europe would have to abide by both sets of rules, which would be costly. The postponement allows the two sides to talk more about eliminating overlap.

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