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Rosenblatt's Market Structure News Digest

Rosenblatt's Market Structure News Digest
  • As retail traders keep the party going, Robinhood launches 24-hour trading of some equities
  • Clearing and settlement giant DTCC comes under fire for data feeds that may be leaking institutional-trading information
  • NYSE plans to move one of its two Retail Liquidity Programs from NYSE Arca to inverted-fee sister exchange NYSE National
  • Concerned market participants look for signs that the SEC may moderate proposals to dramatically revamp equity market structure
  • Exchange “step-up” fee tiers come under unexpected scrutiny
  • SEC Chair Gary Gensler resists pressure to enact short-selling bans as regional-bank shares fall
  • Chicago’s new mayor strikes fear into industry hearts with a potential transaction tax
  • The US brokerage-industry lobby applies heat on the SEC to extend “no-action” relief from the adverse effects of EU commission-unbundling rules
  • Proprietary trading firms rebel against strict European capital requirements
  • As financial institutions continue to adopt AI, policymakers try to catch up
  • Crypto winter gets colder — could a new international regulatory framework bring a thaw?

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