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The U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union is unnerving participants in the $12 trillion credit derivatives market.

Investors are concerned that British banks may become unable to trade credit-default swaps with EU counterparties, that U.K. clearinghouses may have to stop processing euro-denominated contracts and that collateral linked to the nation may be ineligible, according to law firms and banks. 


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