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U.S. Equity Commissions Up 10 Percent to $10.3B in 2014, First Growth Seen in Five Years

Traders Magazine Online News, June 4, 2014

John D'Antona Jr.

The U.S. equity market has finally come to the light at the end of the commissions tunnel - growth in broker-dealer fees during the last year. For the 12 months ending February 2014, the pool of U.S. cash equity commissions increased 10 percent to $10.34 billion from $9.30 billion, according to Greenwich Associates, an equity market consultancy.

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