European Commission paves way for consolidated tape

By Justin Pugsley
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The EU’s consolidated tape (CT) took another step towards reality with the European Commission putting forward four legislative proposals to support its introduction.

The Commission sees a CT as giving investors better access to data and as a building block of the capital markets union (CMU).

Among the measures is ...

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