Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) member Marshall
Spiegel continued his push last week to persuade regulators to
stop a CBOE plan to buy exercise rights from Chicago Board of
Trade (CBoT) members.
Spiegel, who was able to get Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC) to review SEC's approval of the CBOE plan and
thus delay the Dutch auction for CBoT exercise rights earlier
in September (see FO Week Vol 9 No 38), now has filed
another petition, asking the regulator hold off on making any
decision concerning the matter until CBoT finishes its
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