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Two overseas banks, one in Sweden and the other in Singapore, say they will not register with U.S. regulators as required by a proposed rule stemming from Dodd-Frank, the Wall Street Journal reports. Foreign banks have been unhappy about the rule, which requires them to register if they trade a certain amount of swaps with U.S. banks.

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