NYSE Crossing Sessions Yield Little Grist For Market Data Mills


The New York Stock Exchange's experimental after-hours trading sessions were approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission last week. But the new after-hours sessions have little to offer real-time market data vendors. The SEC voted to let the NYSE break several of its own rules as the Exchange sets out to compete with crossing networks and overseas trading centers.

During Crossing Session I, from 4:15 to 5:00 p.m., member firms will be able to enter principal and agency orders -- up to

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