The New York Stock Exchange will change its opening procedures on Monday
- The new procedures eliminates "Rule 48," which allows market makers to delay opening a stock when markets are volatile
- All indications will now be published to both proprietary and other feeds under all market conditions
- The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission had approved the changes in early July
- Trading will be moved inside when it rains or snows (OK, I made that one up)
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