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More Wall Street Firms Get Less Love

The Buyside Continues to Trade with Fewer Brokers

Traders Magazine, May 2007

Michael Scotti

Fewer brokerage firms on Wall Street are feeling the buyside's love these days in the form of trading commissions. More than half of the buyside firms using client commission arrangements, or CCAs, to pay for research have made deep cuts in their brokerage lists, according to a Traders Magazine survey.

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