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CFTC Issues Reports Schedule Following Shutdown

CFTC Issues Reports Schedule Following Shutdown

Many shutdown-delayed reports will be back on schedule by November

The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission Wednesday announced an anticipated publication schedule for reports delayed by the government shutdown earlier this month.

In a press statement, the CFTC said it will begin issuing its weekly Commitments of Traders reports on a rolling basis as soon as they are ready, with the first report being published on October 25, 2013. It was originally scheduled for October 4, 2013.

Many shutdown-delayed reports will be back on schedule by November

The CFTC said it expects to release two more of the delayed COT reports during the week of October 28, 2013, and at least two more of the delayed COT reports during the week of November 4, 2013. The CFTC expects that it will resume its previously announced COT report schedule by the November 8, 2013 release date.

The Cotton-on-Call reports that have been delayed will also be released on a rolling schedule as they are ready, CFTC said, with the expectation that they will be back on schedule by the November 7, 2013 release date.

The Bank Participation Report originally scheduled for release on October 4, 2013 will be released on October 25, 2013, CFTC said.

Source: CFTC

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