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Explanation of Proposed Amendments

In response to the continued unprecedented growth in public trading volume during the first quarter of 2002, NFA's Board approved yet another reduction in the assessment fee to an all time low of $.08 per round-turn futures contract and $.04 per options transaction. The Board made this determination in order to keep NFA's reserves at an appropriate level and intends to have the new fees become effective on July 1, 2002.

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