US cracks down on repo market blind spot

By Farah Khalique
Subadra Rajappa

The US Treasury is clamping down on the repo market after a series of market stresses exposed a major blind spot, but critics are sceptical as to whether its efforts will pay off.

Wall Street’s dealers will have to report their uncleared bilateral repurchase agreement (repo) trades to regulators, under ...

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