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Commission Slow to Act on Market Structure Reform?

Traders Magazine, November 2002

Gregory Bresiger

The Securities and Exchange Commission, looking for a new chairman as Traders Magazine went to press, appears slow to come up with solutions for the persistent problem of a fragmented market. That's the opinion of John Giesea, president of the Security Traders Association, who attended recent SEC public hearings on market structure.

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