The UK's Financial Services Authority (FSA) has set out a
package of measures to improve transparency on short
The move follows a period of consultation from which it was
established that the publication of aggregate stock lending
data for FTSE 350 securities on a monthly basis would be the
most favoured option for improving the information available to
the market. Gay Huey Evans, director of markets and exchanges
at FSA, said: "The consultation confirmed our view that there
was no need to impose additional controls on short selling but
that greater transparency would be valuable."
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