Keeping CME Clean in a Biased World

Keeping CME Clean in a Biased World

Can you imagine if the rest of the world were to be held to the same standards of disclosure that the CME community is held to? What if, say, members of the Senate Finance Committee had to disclose all ties they have to any companies that could be affected by laws they promulgate, and resolve any conflicts of interest? What if those laws had to be analyzed to determine if any pork, er, bias had crept in, and if it was detected, remedied? What would the results be if John Q. Public were

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