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Let's (not) get physical
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Agreements reached under US Dodd-Frank Act fail to address critical issue of enforcement
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Bill Perkins believes rising demand and reduced risk warehousing will create opportunities for natural gas traders: video
CFTC will soon unveil revised rule on commodity position limits after a court rejected its previous effort, says O'Malia
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