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The spectacle of senior risk managers from two of the derivatives market’s largest dealers – Citigroup and JP Morgan Chase – being grilled last month before a US Senate subcommittee investigating allegations that the two banks helped Enron deceive investors and counterparties could have, say 10 years ago, marked the nadir of the crisis for the derivatives market.

Counterpunches by Bill Harrison and Sandy Weill put the brakes on the downward slide in the two institutions’ stock prices and, to

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