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The Securities and Exchange Commission is mulling a proposal that would require brokers to disclose where stock trades are executed. So reports Bloomberg.

The proposal, if enacted, could address concerns that trading isn’t always done in the best interest of clients. People familiar with the matter say the proposal may help investors better assess if they are getting the best prices on trades.

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