(Bloomberg) - JPMorgan Chase & Co., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and the world's largest banks won rollbacks in final Dodd-Frank Act rules that promise to transform the private swaps market by increasing competition.

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission voted 4-1 in Washington today on rules determining how buyers and sellers must trade credit-default, interest-rate and commodity swaps in a $633 trillion global market. The rule weakened a proposal by reducing the number of price quotes buyers must seek on swap- execution facilities after banks said a five-quote requirement was onerous and would impair trading.

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