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If a review of high-frequency trading finds market abuses, OSC may consider new rules to curb the practice, chair Howard Wetston tells Bloomberg.

Read: IIROC announces team to study high-frequency trading

OSC is waiting for conclusions from IIROC’s current HFT review before making any decisions. That study is in its third phase, and will investigate how HFT affects the market.

In America, Securities and Exchange Commission head Mary Jo White plans to strengthen how rules and monitoring of HFT, dark pools and other trading practices.

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Originally published on Advisor.ca

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