In what could be a blow to the New York Stock Exchange, the Investment Company Institute is expected to say yes to a Securities and Exchange Commission proposal to alter a longstanding trade rule, Financial Times reports.

The reform proposal, which would remove a mandate that a fund trade be completed at the best price no matter how fast or slow it is executed, would hinder the not-so-technologically reliant NYSE.

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