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Corporate end users of swaps are breathing easier after the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) earlier this month proposed definitions to categorize swap users that are unlikely to affect companies using swaps to hedge commercial risk. However, other concerns remain for companies, such as the CFTC’s contention that it has the authority to impose margin requirements directly on end users.

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