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South Korea Introduces Tougher Derivatives Regs

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission and Financial Supervisory Service have jointly announced tougher regulations for the derivatives market to help reduce stock market volatility caused by trading stock derivatives, reports The Wall Street Journal.

South Korea’s Financial Services Commission and Financial Supervisory Service have jointly announced tougher regulations for the derivatives market to help reduce stock market volatility caused by trading stock derivatives. Among the new measures is a limit of 10,000 contracts on option expiry dates that can be held by institutional investors.

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