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09 April 2014

Made-Available-to-Trade Pushes Swaps On, and Off, SEFs ...

Colby Jenkins, TABB Group

Even as SEF volumes have reached record highs in the wake of the Made-Available-to-Trade determinations, evidence suggests some users are ‘fine-tuning’ contracts in order to continue trading Off-SEF. rest of story...

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Sol Steinberg, OTC Partners

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