CHICAGO -- A futures-style clearing house for the interbank swaps market would reduce risk in the financial system, according to Merton Miller, a Nobel Prize-winning economist.

Mr. Miller, a professor at the University of Chicago business school, said that a daily settlement system and related clearing procedures would reduce "systemic risk in the interbank markets . . . somewhat."

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