US regulators propose margin rules on non-cleared derivatives. Did they give non-financial end users a pass or not?

The underlying agenda of the regulators is to get as much of the derivatives market on cleared platforms. But they recognize that it isn’t going to be possible to get all trades cleared. How to deal with non-cleared derivatives is tricky, especially when the entities trading with the banks are non-financials. The evolution of the rules took another step last week.

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