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24 June 2008 By Simon Nixon

Shortsellers usually keep their positions secret so they don t jeopardise their relationship with managements. But now the FSA has forced shorts out into the open, they are free to argue their case publicly. That s good news for price discovery, but bad news for the FSA.

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