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'Notational value' has little to do with cash at risk in rate swap arena.

OCT 20, 1993 1:00am ET

Last year, J.P. Morgan & Co. reported entering into interest rate swaps with a "notional value" of more than $367 billion. But the bank reported credit exposure on the swaps --and on another $85...

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