US Exchanges Join To Share Risk Data

NINETEEN U.S.-based securities and futures exchanges have joined together to share data in order to better determine the risks carried by companies that buy and sell exchange-listed futures, options and securities.

The 19 exchanges have established a body dubbed the Unified Clearing Group (UCG), which aims to collate and share risk data on their members.

UCG officials stress that the group's role is confined to collecting and disseminating information on exchange members. Any action or

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