Bond Market Gets Reprieve From SEC Rule That Spooked Traders

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(Bloomberg) -- The bond market got a three-month reprieve from a U.S. rule that traders said could cause big disruptions by preventing dealers from providing certain price quotes.Most Read from BloombergThe Securities and Exchange Commission announced the relief in a letter posted Friday on its website. The SEC regulation, which takes effect next week, is intended to rid over-the-counter stock markets of companies that are delinquent in disclosing financial information. It does so by barring brokers from publishing quotations for such companies, which are often targets of pump-and-dump schemes and other misconduct.The SEC didn’t exempt debt from the regulation, triggering anxieties in recent months among traders that dealers would stop quoting some bonds. The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association and the Bond Dealers of America sent a joint letter to the SEC in August complaining that the new requirement could have a “significant, deleterious effect on fixe
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