Investing: As longtime advocates of the old uptick rule on short selling, we were heartened to learn of its possible...
In July of 2007, the SEC removed something called the uptick rule. The uptick rule is a securities trading rule used to regulate short selling in financial markets. The rule mandates that, when sold, a listed security must either be sold short at a price above the price at which the immediately preceding sale was affected or at the last sale price if it is higher than the last different price. This topic covers the latest news of calls to revive the uptick rule.
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Barney Frank says he's 'hopeful the uptick rule will be restored within a month' and that the SEC's Mary Schapiro is on...
The agency is considering reinstating the uptick rule, which prohibits shorts from selling when stocks are falling, in...
Dodd said on Tuesday he favors reimposition by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission of the short-selling uptick...
orders, driving down prices. During a slump in the stock market in 2002, the FSA introduced a so-called uptick rule to...
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