Bid to shift euro clearing into EU remains frustrated by financial stability risks

By Justin Pugsley
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The eurozone authorities retain an undimmed desire to shift the bulk of euro clearing into the bloc, fearing financial instability risks if it is left in third countries, but they face the dilemma that if they push too hard they could trigger the very circumstances they wish to avoid. 


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