New Foreign Currency Trading Rules Adopted

     WASHINGTON (CN) – The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation has adopted new rules covering foreign currency trading by regulated banks with retail customers.

     Under the new rules, the banks must: register with the FDIC collect a margin of between 2 percent and 5 percent of the value of the trade from the customer, and retain records of the transaction.
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