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"You do allow speculative trading in the futures markets and those speculators provide liquidity. It's about how to regulate a market while preserving the hedging values and liquidity values that come with it."

--David Ruder, former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman and a member of the newly formed SEC/Commodity Futures Trading Commission committee, on how regulators should go about reforming the credit derivatives market.

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