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SEC Set to Vote on Limiting Wall Street Bonuses
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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The Securities and Exchange Commission was ready to vote on four proposals on Wednesday, including limiting bonuses to Wall Street executives, new governance rules for clearinghouses, the removal of credit-ratings impacting money market mutual funds, and reopening the public comment period on a proposal to limit the control big banks have in governing clearinghouses.

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