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Farmers, ranchers and others who use futures and swaps to hedge business risks could soon see new protections for the collateral they post to back up transactions. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is moving to allow market utilities known as clearinghouses to lodge customers margin funds and collateral with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago rather than at commercial banks, as reported by the Wall Street Journal.

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