WASHINGTON - Institutions dealing in government securities will be required to furnish more trading information to the government under legislation signed into law Friday by President Clinton.

The Government Securities Act Amendments of 1993, passed in reaction to the Salomon Brothers trading scandal, is intended to overhaul the regulation of the $4.5 trillion market for bonds issued by the Department of Treasury.

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