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Tread carefully

6 January 2010 By Neil Unmack

European and U.S. companies don’t want to be bound by new rules forcing derivatives onto clearing houses. A carveout would distort the market. Far better to tweak bank capital charges to encourage clearing houses while allowing bilateral trades for those who really need them.

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