UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Before the
COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION

In the Matter of

MARK B. FISHER, LOUIS D'AMICO,
KENNETH L. CARTER, JOHN J. ORLANDO,
FRANK AMODEO, and MICHAEL SINGER

CFTC Docket No. 93-2

ORDER pursuant to
DELEGATED AUTHORITY

The Division of Enforcement ("Division") has received a signed Offer of Settlement ("Offer") from Michael Singer, one of the respondents in the above captioned matter. The Offer has been forwarded to the Commission for its consideration. Pending Commission review of Singer's Offer, the Division has requested, pursuant to 17 C.F.R. 10.6, that the Commission postpone the filing of Singer's appeal brief and any appeal brief by the Division relating to Singer. In addition, the Division has requested that, if the Commission should determine to reject the Offer, Singer and the Division be allowed to file appeal briefs within 30 days after the parties are notified of the rejection. Singer joins the Division in these requests.

Rule 10.6 provides that"for good cause shown the Commission . . . at any time may extend or shorten the time limit prescribed by the rules for filing any document." 7 C.F.R. 10.6. Good cause having been demonstrated, the requests of the parties are hereby granted.

IT IS SO ORDERED.1

J. Douglas Richards
Deputy General Counsel
Commodity Futures Trading Commission

Date: August 3, 1999


1 By the Commission pursuant to delegated authority. 17 C.F.R. 10.109(a)(1).