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The U.S.’s top swaps watchdog appears to be losing its bark and its bite.

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission sought $413 million of penalties from Wall Street banks and other firms in the 12 months ended in September, down 68% from $1.3 billion in 2016, the regulator said in a statement last Wednesday. The drop is even more stark when compared with the record $3.2 billion of sanctions the agency imposed on firms in 2015.

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