Barnier Says U.S. Risks Conflict on Derivative RulesElizabeth Dexheimer and Jim Brunsden
Michel Barnier, the European Union’s financial services chief, pressed the U.S. to hew to international rules for bank stability and derivatives, warning “home-grown” regulations can lead to costs and conflicts.
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