Financial Stability

Pressure grows on EU to relax rules on third-country benchmarks

By Farah Khalique
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There are about three million benchmarks around the world, used as reference rates to help price financial transactions. European retail and institutional investors use European Union (EU) and third-country benchmarks for various commercial purposes, from hedging their exposures and making investments to converting overseas revenue and repatriating funds.

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