Getting the Really Big Picture

Rob Daly

Ever since the credit crunch began in 2008, the cash equities markets have been skating along and taking umbrage to the new market structure reforms floated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Last month, during its board of governors meeting, the Security Traders Association (STA), a US-based advocacy organization for securities traders, responded to an earlier issued concept release delivered by the SEC regarding the US market structure, declaring that there were no signs of

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