FSA has published a feedback statement following its DP on short selling. It has confirmed its plans to move to disclosure of significant short positions in all entities, not just financial sector companies or those carrying out a rights issue. Respondents did not want a permanent ban or any other constraints like circuit breakers or up-tick rules. Respondents agreed that enhanced transparency was a good idea, though some commented on the threshold levels and noted concerns about public disclosure of individual positions. FSA notes CESR has made proposals similar to its suggestions, but including a requirement for private disclosures to regulators at a threshold of 0.1%. FSA will work with CESR and will consider the lower private disclosure threshold. It will not publish any rule changes at the moment.