Rule changes brought on by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act are expected to produce the most change in the way trading in contracts involving interest-rate commitments.
But, for at least sell-side traders, technology is expected to produce at least as much change in the trading of interest-rate products. Which, in turn affects how corporations handle risk, since hedging dominates trading of those products.
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