The Commodity Futures Trading Commission voted to approve new rules governing, among other things, when swaps dealers can delay reporting on the size and price of their block trades.
By a vote of 3-to-2, CFTC commissioners approved a measure, originally spurred by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, that set the levels at which block trades can be considered large enough for a longer reporting delay.
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