The Dodd-Frank Act directs regulators to write many new rules, but some of those are already facing legal challenges. Five regulations are seen to be particularly at risk. For example, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission have issued proposals for increasing price transparency by requiring "real-time" reporting of swaps trades. Major groups have raised concerns about the measures, particularly the CFTC's proposal.

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