The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has delayed the launch of the New York Stock Exchange’s (NYSE) LiquidityQuote service in response to a request from Bloomberg. The SEC granted a two-week stay on Tuesday, May 20, one day before NYSE LiquidityQuote (NYLQ) was due to launch (IMD, May 5).
At dispute is the NYSE’s rules on the dissemination and display of the NYLQ data. In April, the SEC approved the launch of the service on the condition that the NYSE revise its vendor agreements to r
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