An experimental technique for setting capital requirements to cover swings in securities prices has cleared its first hurdle.

Reporting the results from the first quarter of the experiment, Jill Considine, president of New York Clearing House Association, said none of the 10 banks testing the so-called precommitment approach to market risk needed more capital than they set aside for price fluctuations.

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