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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission may soon require brokers to tell clients where and how they’re executing trades, reports Bloomberg.

The outlet adds, “The proposal may address complaints that [trading] decisions are sometimes made against client’s best interests.” Currently, sources say some brokers trade on exchanges offering incentives, rather than on exchanges offering the best prices.

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