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Dealers lose over $300 million in scramble to hedge autocallables
KSD lost the tender to be the domestic TR but will operate the LEI process
Potential losses for global banks and local firms estimated at $300 million
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The FSC in South Korea has introduced new measures aimed at stopping scalpers from making undue profits in the warrants market. But dealers are concerned the new rules are inadequate and may shrink ...
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