CFTC strives to improve safety of futures market

Commodity Futures Trading Commission staff is expected to recommend a package of rules to make the futures market safer, after MF Global Holdings and Peregrine Financial Group collapsed. One expected recommendation is a requirement that futures brokers increase collateral that must be held, sources say. An industry group estimates that brokers or their customers could be required to set aside an additional $100 billion in collateral.

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