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SEC Weighs Access to Foreign Marts

Traders Magazine, August 2007

Nina Mehta

After effecting an aggressive face-off among U.S. exchanges, the Securities and Exchange Commission has raised the specter of additional future competition-with exchanges abroad. For the first time in its 73-year history, the SEC is considering regulations that could ease U.S. investors' access to non-U.S. securities products and services through cross-border trading.

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