U.S. securities regulators have unveiled a plan designed to protect the markets from volatile price swings following the May 6 “flash crash.” The so-called “limit up-limit down” proposal, announced by the SEC on Tuesday, would require trades in U.S.-listed stocks to be executed within a range tied to recent prices. – Reuters
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