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Regulators Warn EU Gas Cap Could Cause Instability

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The EU’s gas price cap could result in trading shifting to non-EU venues or over-the-counter (OTC) markets, which would lower liquidity and increase financial instability, the bloc’s regulators said on Monday.

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