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Open books

17 March 2020 By Pete Sweeney

The virus prompted the Philippines to shutter its bourse; U.S. SEC chief Jay Clayton says such moves are unnecessary. There are tempting reasons to temporarily freeze markets, which New York and others have done before. But the costs of closures exceed their fleeting benefits.

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