Boston Options Exchange (BOX) was due to file its last major
document with Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) at the end
of last week, with minor changes.
The amended document, which lays out BOX's rules and market
structure, was expected to be published in the Federal Registry
on Thursday or Friday, with a 21-day comment period to follow.
After that, exchange officials said they hope to receive SEC
approval and still hit the end of the year launch target. The
final document was not available by press time, but BOX
spokesperson Janice Foley said no major changes to rules or its
market structure were made.
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