FSA queries industry on short-selling

The Financial Services Authority sees no case to place any restrictions on short-selling, but is considering ways in which to make the market more transparent.

The regulator has put forward options for improving transparency in short-selling in the UK market, publishing a discussion paper seeking views on ways to increase disclosure of short-selling and exploring whether improvements to the settlement regime are necessary.

Gay Huey Evans, director of markets and exchanges at the FSA, said: 'Our

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