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December 7

U.K. Financial Conduct Authority

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The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority will make temporary Europe-wide restrictions on contract for difference (CFD) companies permanent, the Financial Times reported. The rules, which apply to firms acting in or from the UK, would ban the sale and marketing of binary options  to retail customers and restrict the sale and marketing of CFDs to retail customers.  View page

December 6

Eurex Clearing

Eurex Clearing, owned by Deutsche Börse, said that 24 market participants from the UK, US and Europe have registered for its repo partnership program after it broadened the scheme to additional instruments. Among those who have signed up to use the clearing service are UBS, Morgan Stanley Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank Commerzbank, BNP Paribas and Citigroup Global Markets. View page

December 5

CME Group

CME Group was named Global Exchange of the Year at the FOW International Awards last night. It also won Americas Exchange of the Year, Best new interest rates contract and Proprietary Traders' Exchange of the Year, and its CEO Terry Duffy was announced as CEO of the Year.  View page

December 4

DRW

A New York federal judge dismissed all claims against DRW Trading in a case brought against the Chicago trading firm and its owner, Don Wilson, by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in 2013. View page

December 3

Eurex

Eurex filed a notice with an Illinois district court confirming its plans to appeal the loss of a 15-year old lawsuit it brought against CME Group, The Financial Times reported. The suit alleged that the Chicago exchange had violated US antitrust laws to stop Eurex from launching a rival venture, US Futures Exchange (aka Eurex US).  View page

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