Short Position and Short Activity Reporting by Institutional Investment Managers

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The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed new Rule 13f-2 and amendments to Regulation SHO and CAT to increase market transparency regarding short selling. Under the proposed changes, market participants would be required to collect and submit certain short sale-related data to the SEC on a monthly basis. The Commission then would make aggregate data about large short positions, including daily short sale activity data, available to the public for each individual security.

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