Thursday news roundup: defining liquidity, Moody’s, seclending CCPs, non-bank financial credit providers

Interesting news and articles from the last week that we haven’t gotten a chance to talk about elsewhere, including MiFID and liquidity, a suggestion that Moody’s has preferenced ratings of bonds held by its corporate owners, and securities lending CCPs. Read on.

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