The two organizations that police stock brokers and others working in the securities industry will form a new, single self-regulatory body.
The change is expected to dramatically cut costs for the financial industry by consolidating the operations of the NYSE Group Inc. and the NASD (formerly the National Association. of Securities Dealers.
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