OMAHA (DTN) -- It's a bittersweet two-year anniversary of MF Global's bankruptcy.
Customers have 98% of their money back, and a court will consider releasing the remaining 2% next week, a small victory for some who thought their money was gone for good.
The CFTC this week also passed a rule designed to enhance protections of segregated customer funds.
The bitter part: Those changes, critics say, could make it more expensive for grain market participants to use commodity markets to hedge risk.
"The irony of yesterday's vote is that a significant and diverse customer group -- America's farmers, ranchers and ...