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Nasdaq Files Retail Price Improvement Plan

December 5, 2012
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld

The Nasdaq Stock Market has given the SEC notice that it plans to test a retail price improvement program, for one year. Its plan to try and provide retail investors with a fraction of a penny gain over normal trading practices comes after the NYSE, BATS and Direct Edge also rolled out similar plans.

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