FX Week USA: Regulation both good and bad for the end-investor

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Mandating that some foreign exchange products be traded through exchanges and cleared through central counterparties could make them more appealing to investors accustomed to exchange-traded products but will undoubtedly increase costs, according to speakers at the FX Week USA conference in New York on July 14.

"As more over-the-counter swaps come into the central clearing scenario, they will look more like products that are traded on-exchange, which will enable us to expand our universe of

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