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Does an FCM pay an assessment fee on transactions which are merely bookkeeping entries, such as those made to correct errors or to transfer a position from the books of one FCM to the books of another?

No. The term "round-turn" excludes offsets that do not represent an actual transaction but which are merely bookkeeping entries such as those made to correct errors or to transfer a position from the books of one FCM to the books of another.

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