By Nina Mehta and Lindsey Rupp, Bloomberg |
April 8, 2013
Trying to reduce market disruptions, regulators are instituting a plan that creates price bands in which shares are allowed to trade on American equity exchanges, replacing the old system of immediate pauses when shares swing rapidly.
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