SEC tackles high-frequency-trading concerns

02/26/2013 | Hill, The

The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to convert voluntary guidelines for high-frequency trading into mandatory regulations in order to maintain market stability and prevent disruptions such as the 2010 flash crash. "Rather than just trying to reduce the impact of these disruptions, we're trying to eliminate the causes by focusing on systems compliance and integrity," SEC Chairman Elisse Walter said.

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