NYSE Arca Proposes Changes to the Handling of Order Flow during Regulatory Halts on Another Primary Listing Market


NYSE Arca, Inc. (the Exchange) has issued a rule proposal to revert back to how it handled order flow during a regulatory halt for a security listed on another primary listing market. Earlier this past June, NYSE Arca Equities Rule 7.11(f) was amended to require the Exchange, upon receiving a trading pause or regulatory halt message for a security from another primary listing market, to reject all orders for the stock until the stock has reopened, to accept and process all cancellations and to take certain other actions.

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