Derivatives traders optimistic for 2013, according to Risk.net poll

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The majority of respondents to a Risk.net poll expect to make more money from derivatives trading next year, despite the onset of new regulations in 2013 and continuing problems in the eurozone.

Sixty-four per cent of respondents, or 123 people, said they expect to make more money from derivatives trading in 2013, versus 36% who think they'll make less.

For many, things can't get much worse than 2012. The fleshing out of new over-the-counter clearing and trading rules meant many firms were

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