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Thus, the distinction between "permanent" and "temporary" price changes is not useful. Moreover, divining between the two is clearly impractical, because those who trade at a price that does not reflect the forces of supply and demand either receive a windfall or pay a disadvantageous price, which must be considered permanent. Public investors are most likely to suffer the permanent economic loss. S. experience indicates that a fair, efficient, and liquid market can exist with high transparency, which ultimately 35 336 BECKER, LOPEZ, BERBERI-DOUMAR, COHN, AND ADKlNS encourages greater market participation and the liquidity that permits block trading to occur.

It is not clear that this type of market structure is either the fairest or most efficient. Specifically, these arguments do not address the need of all participants to have access to the information to ensure competitive markets and efficient pricing. S. S. markets, it is cold comfort to be told that only institutions are trading in opaque, foreign markets. 17. Liquidity and order flow requirements for a marketplace may act as a natural, non-regulatory barrier to the development of new trading markets.

In fact, upon closer examination, each issue is tightly interwoven with the others and, without a thorough awareness and understanding of the interrelationship of the issues, there is a risk of unravelling the fabric that is the market. Thus, one area cannot be disregarded without the potential for adverse consequences to the others. 2 1. 1. S. and many other major markets, the core regulatory structure is comprised of the organized markets, vested with self-regulatory duties and obligations (referred to as self-regulatory organizations or "SROs"), and a governmental body overseeing these SROs.

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