Multiply Traded Options Create Data Display Quandary

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Last week, the five U.S. options exchanges began multiple trading of 30 new options classes, generating some 3,000 new options symbols. Market data vendors have been left to display the burgeoning data as they see fit, in the absence of an exchange consensus on linking trade-reporting and data dissemination.

To promote competition among options exchanges, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has begun easing its listing requirements for newly issued options classes, effective Oct. 21

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