spread reporting

spread reporting
A mechanism that allows clearing firms to reduce their risk performance bond requirements. By reporting spreads on the PCS, the firm indicates to CME Clearing that the risk normally associated with an open position is reduced by a position that is on the opposite side of the market for different but related contracts. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Glossary

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