The Federal Reserve plans to expand the Treasury market transaction data that is collected to a wider set of banks, governor Lael Brainard said in a speech on December 3.
The agreement with Financial Industry Regulatory Authority to collect the data aims to help the Fed keep up with the evolving nature of the Treasury markets.
Brainard said the market had “adapted well” to changes in the regulatory environment, as well as increasing exchange rates and technological changes. However, the Fed
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