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Dealers Get Tighter at the London Stock Exchange

Traders Magazine, January 2007

Peter Chapman

The London Stock Exchange, hoping to improve liquidity in small-caps, is offering to pay market makers to tighten their spreads and increase their size. Under the new "Larger Size Market Maker" program, the LSE will share half of the fee it collects from liquidity takers with liquidity providers if they adhere to certain standards.

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