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Nasdaq Seeks Approval for Revised “Paid-for-Market-Making” Plan

Traders Magazine Online News, December 10, 2012

Peter Chapman

Nasdaq OMX Group filed a new plan with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week to introduce a program that would allow issuers of exchange-traded funds to pay broker-dealers to make markets in their securities.

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