WSJ: fees for futures proposed by Trump administration

The White House on Monday proposed levying fees on derivatives users to bolster the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s 2019 budget, an idea that may be dead on arrival because of industry opposition. The CFTC is also opposed.

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