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SEC Late Trading Proposal

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Sellside and buyside firms are worried that the Securities and Exchange Commission's proposed plan for dark pool reporting could hurt institutional investors by enabling others to game their flow. The SEC late last month proposed that each dark pool identify its prints in real time. "There's significant reservation from the buyside about symbol-specific real-time reporting," said Dave Johnsen, head of equities business development at Goldman Sachs Electronic Trading. "It's not welcomed by long-term investors." Goldman operates the Sigma X dark pool, the industry's second-largest. As part of the SEC's ...
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Fraud and Greed of Trusted Rating Agencies Helped Spread the ...
Underlying the credit crisis gripping the U.S. and world economies is a crisis of confidence. Blame has been laid at the feet of the U.S. Federal Reserve, and an investment bankers’ brew of toxic financial products. Ultimately, however, it was the supposedly trustworthy rating agencies that got everyone to drink the poisoned Kool-Aid. The sheer fraud and greed of rating agency analysts and executives is staggering. That no one has gone to jail, and none of the agencies have been shut down is a travesty of justice on an infinitely larger scale than Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. Until depositors, bankers and investors regain ... market research, surveys and trends
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generated $222 billion in domestic revenue and $304 billion in global revenues. ... individual investors make only 12 percent of purchases of mutual fund ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Microsoft Proposes Acquisition of Yahoo! for $31 per Share ...
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Lloyd Blankfein's Chances for Survival Look Good
The SEC got to announce that it had imposed the largest monetary penalty in Wall Street history, against none other than the most prestigious Wall Street bank. Goldman settled without admitting that it committed fraud, an often fatal admission for a bank. But one clear winner in the deal was Goldman�s CEO Lloyd Blankfein. The SEC didn�t require any management changes, only an internal review of �management policies.� And such reviews rarely result in top executives losing their jobs, as those top executives usually are the ones running the internal review. Here is the NY Times take this morning: “Only weeks ago, as ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Analysis: SEC may use Goldman Sachs to improve its image
But there was no way to make a quick deal in a case that could send tremors throughout the financial world, and that neither side can afford to lose — including in the court of public opinion. The SEC's attack on the most successful company in Wall Street history is the best shot to prove that the agency is a champion for the average investor. Many people scoff at that notion following several recent humiliations, including the SEC's failure to detect investment manager Bernard Madoff's multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme before it came to light in late 2008. "This is a Hail Mary pass by the SEC," ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

GAO-04-799 Mutual Funds: SEC Should Modify Proposed Regulations to ...
and plan sponsors.21 SEC's late trading proposal could force intermediaries to require their clients, including pension plan participants, to submit their ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Proposed Rule: Investment Company Governance; Release No. IC-26323 ...
The Securities and Exchange Commission ("Commission") is proposing amendments to rules under the Investment Company Act of 1940 to require registered investment companies ("funds") to adopt certain governance practices. The proposed amendments, which apply to funds relying on certain exemptive rules, are designed to enhance the independence and effectiveness of fund boards and to improve their ability to protect the interests of the funds and fund shareholders they serve. Dates: Comments must be received on or before March 10, 2004. Addresses: To help us process and review your comments more efficiently, comments should be sent ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON The Mutual Fund Industry ...
Steps Taken by the SEC to Address Late Trading and Stale Price Arbitrage ... this proposal would require that an order to purchase or redeem mutual fund ...
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The Achilles Heel of Markets? High Frequency Trading. It's the ...
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Google Answers: NYSE Hybrid Market Initiative
I am looking for information and popular press and magazine articles about the "Hypbrid Market" being planned for implementation by the New York Stock Exchange. I have carefully reviewed the NYSE site, and I have all of the information available from the NYSE. I am looking to learn about this initiative from articles by parties other than the NYSE so I can review it in context with what the NYSE is publishing. Please provide me with whatever substantive articles and other materials are available regarding the NYSE Hypbrid Market. hughesjj-ga, There's certainly no shortage of commentary on the hybrid market. ...