U.S. market regulators scored a victory when a court dismissed a lawsuit that tried to challenge the Securities and Exchange Commission over its stance on the pricing of mutual fund shares, according to a recent report from Reuters.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago ruled that investment partnership DH2 Inc. - called by the court as a mutual fund "market timer" - lacked legal standing to challenge the SEC.

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