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The SEC is trying to reshape the US stock market - but that could mean retail investors will have to start paying fees on trades again

The SEC is trying to reshape the US stock market – but that could mean retail investors will have to start paying fees on trades again

Proposed changes to market-structure rules could lead to retail investors paying commissions on trades again.  SEC Chairman Gensler Gensler is proposing the agency consider sending retail stock orders to auctions.  The payment for order flow system is back under scrutiny.  Loading Something is loading. The Securities and Exchange Commission is aiming to shake up the …

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