The U.S. Treasury Department plans to meet with market-makers and other electronic trading firms to discuss ways to bring more transparency to the $14.5 trillion market for government debt.
The New York Fed said John Williams, the San Francisco Fed president who has helped shape top Fed officials’ thinking on monetary policy, will become its next leader, assuming one of the top leadershi
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The government should come out with a clear regulation on cryptocurrencies, experts tell BloombergQuint.
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In its first policy for FY19, the RBI said banks and other regulated entities cannot provide services to users, holders and traders of cryptocurrencies. Simultaneously, it said a panel would submit a report by June on the desirability and feasibility of introducing a virtual currency backed by the government. While the RBI is looking at digital currencies for cutting costs of paper and making transactions more efficient, the system would be in addition to paper currency and will not entirely replace banknotes.
CME wants its central order book to remain the primary venue for price discovery and risk management, said Tim Andriesen, managing director of agricultural products at CME Group. Block trades encourage transparency, he said at the meeting, since unlike over-the-counter transactions, they must be reported to the broader market soon after they are struck.
Coinbase, a leading cryptocurrency firm, has approached U.S. regulators about registering as a licensed brokerage firm and electronic-trading venue, according to people familiar with the matter.
The owner of the New York Stock Exchange has reached a deal to buy the Chicago Stock Exchange, after a two-year acquisition effort from a Chinese-led investor group failed.
With help from CipherTrace, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) may soon enhance its cryptocurrency monitoring. Today, ETHNews spoke with CipherTrace CEO Dave Jevans.