The Big Board's Big Yawn

When the New York Stock Exchange commenced after-hours trading on June 13, many a brow was furrowed on Wall Street. Some observers expressed concern that the new system would hide trading data from public view and undermine the Big Board's links with regional exchanges. But the naysayers have had little reason to complain--not because the system is working well, but because hardly anyone is using it.

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