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Tuesday, September 4, 2007

FINRA Proposes Public Access to Historic TRACE Data

FINRA is proposing to adopt a FINRA policy providing for public access to historic TRACE data and to establish fees to offset the costs of developing and maintaining the new Historic TRACE database.  TRACE data is the first complete database of transaction-level pricing information ever compiled on the U.S. OTC corporate bond market.  The transaction data provided will include all transactions reported to TRACE since July 1, 2002, except Rule 144A transactions.

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