Furthermore, in allowing the SLP program to go into effect on an expedited basis, the SEC said it did so because the program did not affect the protection of investors and impose any significant burden on competition. See page 2 of the linked doc.
"The Exchange believes that this rebate program will encourage the additional utilization of, and interaction with, the NYSE and provide customers with the premier venue for price discovery, liquidity, competitive quotes and price improvement."Why not suggest people submit comments to the SEC on whether NYSE's ceasing data disclosure is consistent with the securities rules and the basis of the SEC's expedited approval?
Solicitation of CommentsRegardless, I will, of course, present whatever data is available for as long as it is available.
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Tyler -- I'm with NYSE corporate communications and wanted to let you know that NYSE is not eliminating the weekly report; we're just changing the source of the data to eliminate duplication. As the Information Memo you cite notes:
The Exchange further notes that it will use the existing account type indicator data – which captures program trade information for those orders sent to and executed on the Exchange – to report to the Commission on a weekly basis the program trading statistics for portions of program trades executed on the Exchange. Accordingly, beginning on July 23, 2009, the Exchange will provide the Commission with its weekly statistics on program trading based on account type indicator data rather than DPTR data. Similarly, at the same time, the weekly statistics regarding program trades that the Exchange provides to media outlets will also be derived from account type indicator data rather than the DPTR.Thanks. -- Ray Sphere: Related Content Print this post