Regulators exempt derivatives end-users from strict oversight.
By Jesse Hamilton and Steven Sloan, Bloomberg|April 19, 2012 at 05:51 AM
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Farm co-ops, small banks and the local gas company may be toasting U.S. regulators whose votes yesterday freed them from strict Dodd-Frank Act oversight of dealers in the $708 trillion global swaps market.
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