By Douwe Miedema WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top U.S. derivatives regulator will meet next week to vote on how its rules apply to foreign companies that want to do business with U.S. firms, a sign it may be nearing a compromise on a thorny issue that has invoked the wrath of foreign regulators. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced a formal meeting for July 12 to decide how new rules it has written to regulate the $ 630 trillion swaps markets apply to companies abroad. …
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