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Market is too concentrated to cope with a default, participants warn
Competitive pressures will impact CCPs but not with respect to margins
Moving to a globally recognised trade reporting standard will provide obstacles for domestic banks
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No guarantee of equivalence being granted to Asian clearing houses
Failure to define a "significant or direct" threat to the US economy has brought regulatory overreach
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