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Front Month Nymex Natural Gas Rose 2.89% to Settle at $3.8150 -- Data Talk
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U.S. Grain, Soybean Weekly Export Sales Estimates for Dec. 2
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STOXX Europe 600 Index Ends 0.59% Lower at 477.36 -- Data Talk
CAC 40 Index Ends 0.72% Lower at 7014.57 -- Data Talk
DAX Ends 0.80% Lower at 15687.09 -- Data Talk
FTSE 100 Index Ends Flat at 7337.35 -- Data Talk
EURO STOXX 50 Index Ends 1.01% Lower at 4233.09 -- Data Talk
STOXX Europe 50 Index Ends 0.59% Lower at 3726.78 -- Data Talk
CP Rail Shareholders Approve Stock Issuance as Part of Kansas City Southern Deal
U.S. Ethanol Production Surges
U.S. Oil Inventories Edge Lower, Fuel Supplies Surge
NXP Semiconductors Down Over 5%, on Pace for Largest Percent Decrease Since June 2020 -- Data Talk
Slovakia's Gross Funding Needs to Amount to EUR6 Billion in 2022; 1-2 New Government Bonds Expected
Consumer Prices on Deck -- Data Week Ahead
Correction to Blackstone Buys Shares From James Article
Philips Gets FDA Clearance to Expand Patient Monitors Across U.S.
Warren Calls for Full Disclosure of Trading by Fed Governors; WSJ Survey Finds Inflation a Pressing Concern for U.S. Voters
U.S. Crude-Oil Stockpiles Likely Decreased in DOE Data, Analysts Say
Supernus Pharmaceuticals Resubmits NDA for Parkinson's Disease Treatment
Volkswagen Expects Chip Supply Shortages to Remain Challenging in 1st Half 2022
FTSE Rises, Transportation Stocks Fall on Potential Government Omicron Measures
Blackstone Buys Back $500 Million in Stock From Retiring Executive James
EUROPEAN MIDDAY BRIEFING - Stocks Rally Stalls for Now as Omicron Risks Weighed
FTSE Gains; Berkeley, Rivals Rise as Traders Shrug Off Price Fears
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OTC - FINRA - Corporate Actions Daily List


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New SEC Rules for “Pink No Information” OTC securities


August 13, 2021
was originally the date that you would
no longer be able to buy
“Pink No Information” OTC securities
through TD Ameritrade,

but that date has been pushed back.
There is not a set date for that yet,
however the amendment
will officially go into effect for everyone
on September 28.


Starting September 28, 2021,
you will no longer be able to Buy
“Pink No Information” OTC securities
through E*TRADE.

Other restrictions related to the purchase
of these securities may apply sooner.

Please keep in mind that the upcoming changes
will negatively affect the value
of any “Pink No Information” OTC securities
you hold now or in the future.

On September 28, 2021,
new requirements take effect that will impact the market
for—and value of—certain “over-the-counter (OTC) securities”
you currently hold or have held in the past.

The new rules apply to “Pink No Information” OTC securities
of companies that fail to publicly report and keep current financial
and other company information and will restrict
the ability of U.S. brokers, like E*TRADE
from making these products generally available.

Some background on the new requirements

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
recently adopted amendments to SEC Rule 15c2-11
governing the submission and publication of OTC quotations.

These amendments will prohibit broker-dealers
from submitting or publicly disseminating
bid/ask quotations for OTC securities of issuers
that do not meet enhanced information filing requirements.

Securities of issuers
that make the required information

publicly available by the deadline in the rule
should not be affected.


Understand the SEC amendments for OTC securities


Learn more about quotations for OTC securities


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