Rep. Frank's derivatives bill would exempt manufacturers

10/6/2009 | Bloomberg · Reuters

Rep. Barney Frank, chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, released draft legislation that would require most over-the-counter derivatives contracts to be traded on exchanges or through regulated trading platforms. However, the bill would exempt Caterpillar, Apple and other manufacturers from posting extra collateral to hedge their derivatives transactions.

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