Only two commissioners are expected to stay into 2014, leaving the CFTC evenly split on party lines and raising questions about whether it will be able to pass new rules.
By Silla Brush, Bloomberg|November 07, 2013 at 11:03 AM
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The top U.S. derivatives regulator may dwindle to just two voting commissioners and struggle to approve new rules unless the White House and Senate can overcome political hurdles to fill the vacancies by the end of the year.
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