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A World Bank report indicates that losses connected to over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives reached approximately $120 billion worldwide in 1998. In the annual report, titled Global Development Finance 1999, the World Bank said the losses resulted from the construction and trading of complex and highly speculative instruments that took place without the necessary risk management controls and enforceable legal documentation in place. According to the report, derivative traders lost $90 billion

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