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Older Options Marts Prepare for Turmoil

Traders Magazine, September 2003

Staff Reports

The oldest players in the U.S. options markets face a fresh assault from a pugnacious young competitor. The International Securities Exchange (ISE), an electronic equity options mart, is pressing regulators to mandate decimal pricing. That's a measure that could crimp margins for traditional U.S. options exchanges, according to some pros.

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