Financial Stability

LME nickel chaos raises tough questions for regulators

By Farah Khalique
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The UK’s three financial regulators tasked with investigating what brought the London Metal Exchange to its knees in March will reveal a raft of troubling issues. 

The investigation will raise questions about the London Metal Exchange’s (LME) foreign ownership, gaps in regulatory oversight of the nickel market, the LME’s self-regulation, ...

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