Confusion remains over SEC’s market data efforts

Jo ponders some of the important pieces of the regulator’s National Market System modernization that remain obscure.

I’m celebrating a landmark birthday soon, and I’ve been interested in buying myself an automatic watch. The appeal for me is that, often, designers leave little “windows” on the dial through which you can see the internal mechanisms. Looking at the initiative by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to modernize how public market data is sent out to consumers reminds me of peering through those little windows: You can see the moving parts, but not necessarily how the whole assemblage

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