April 5, 2007
SEC Considers Proposals on Securities Symbols
The Securities and Exchange Commission has received two proposed national market system plans from separate groups of stock exchanges relating generally to securities symbols. In addition, Nasdaq has filed with the Commission a separate proposal to permit a company in certain circumstances to retain its symbol when transferring its listing to Nasdaq from another stock exchange. After publishing these plans and proposal for comment the Commission will resolve the conflicts over the allocation of stock symbols as fairly and expeditiously as possible. See SEC Announces Process for Proposals on Securities 'Ticker' Symbols, Release 2007-63.
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