|From Sun Times: Financial regulation in Washington is a jumble, as Congress and the bureaucrats kick around ideas for putting freewheeling credit default swaps under somebody’s control. CME Group (CME), owner of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade, has center stage in the negotiations and is liable to benefit hugely from regulatory change.
But nothing comes cheap in Washington. CME probably will win government blessing for its push to bring the $55 trillion credit default market under its wing. In return, it may need to give up two of its longheld lobbying views...... Full Article: Source