The New York Stock Exchange has recieved approval from the Securities and Exchange Comission to do away with restrictions on how many exchange-traded funds are allowed to be traded at one time through the Big Board's electronic-execution system.

With the change, which was effective Sept. 1, NYSE will no longer be limited to trading 10,000 shares per day and will not have to wait 30 seconds between trades.

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