2011-01-04zerohedge.com

``It appears that outspoken CFTC commissioner has flipped in his stalling tactic and instead is now endorsing the position limit plan. Per Reuters: "Under the system, if a trader's holdings in a commodity reaches a certain threshold, it triggers a new level of heightened regulatory scrutiny by the CFTC where commissioners could vote to require the trader to reduce their positions." This means that JPM's accumulated holdings in various precious and industrial metals are not only about to likely become public, but that the CFTC will be mandated to very shortly enforce a break up on those positions which are deemed too concentrated.''


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