The US futures regulator has responded to criticism over the previous arrangement
The US Commodity Futures Trading
Commission (CFTC) moved on Friday to ease record-keeping
requirements for commercial end-users relying on commodity
derivatives to hedge risk.
The new rules exempt commercial end-users
from record-keeping requirements introduced in 2012, which
require market participants to keep written and oral records of
their commodity interests and related cash or forward
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