SEC adopts short-selling rule change

Fri Jun 25, 2004



The SEC has adopted the changes it proposed last October to its short-selling rules, including a move to temporarily suspend the so-called uptick rule. The new rule, called Regulation SHO, includes a move to suspend the law that prohibits selling a stock short, unless the previous...

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