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The Age of Intermediation, Or No Room At The Regulator's Table

The Securities and Exchange Commissionís recently formed Market Structure Advisory Committee highlights hollow rhetorical politics and obsessive-compulsive governmental intermediation.

Traders Magazine Online News, February 4, 2015

Tim Quast

The Securities and Exchange Commissionís recently formed Market Structure Advisory Committee highlights hollow rhetorical politics and obsessive-compulsive governmental intermediation.

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