The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board recently filed a proposed rule change with the Securities and Exchange Commission which would:

  • amend MSRB Rule G-14 and its Real-time Transaction Reporting System Procedures to add inter- dealer yield data to the MSRBʼs Electronic Municipal Market Access website; and
  • amend the RTRS information system and subscription service to remove certain outdated information and infrequently used reporting, add an RTRS-calculated yield, and require dealers to submit dollar prices for certain trades. 

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