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Slowing down the U.S. futures market by requiring that offers to buy and sell remain available for a minimum amount of time would hurt investors by driving up their costs, an industry trade group told the nation’s main derivatives regulator.

The Futures Industry Association (FIA) objected to such curbs in a comment letter yesterday to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), which had asked for input on reshaping the market. The regulator is considering restrictions on high-frequency trading, which involves computers capable of automatically placing orders in thousandths of a second or less.

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