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ECON vote deferred with MEPs ‘far from agreement’

Posted on 26 October 2018


A vote on the final ECON report has been pushed back a fortnight as disagreements among MEPs continue, with a shadow Rapporteur highlighting to The CBR a lack of consensus in areas such as the treatment of extendible maturity covered bonds and derivative counterparty eligibility...

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