IOSCO suggests data consolidation may help market participants with fair access

By Justin Pugsley
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Consolidation may improve access to secondary equity market data in some circumstances, and could help reduce its costs, identify liquidity and compare execution quality in jurisdictions where there may be fragmented liquidity, said the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO). 

In a report published April 28, IOSCO said as secondary markets ...

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