Reduction in money to be set aside against swaps trade is victory for banks.
By Matthew Leising, Bloomberg|April 10, 2014 at 07:56 AM
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In a victory for banks, global financial regulators revised rules governing how much money must be set aside to cover losses by swaps traders, backing away from guidelines that firms warned would destabilize the $693 trillion derivatives market.
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