Prospects for derivatives end-users looking up following amendment to US OTC regs

The US House of Representatives voted yesterday on amendments detailing significant changes to proposed over-the-counter derivatives legislation, which could favour corporate end-users of derivatives.

The House, which continues debating today, has been voting on 36 amendments to the Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2009, a comprehensive financial reform bill introduced to the House Rules Committee by the House Committee on Financial Services on December 2. Many of the amendments

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