WASHINGTON —The Securities and Exchange Commission approved a new rule Friday that will regulate the activities of so-called broker’s brokers, intermediaries that execute municipal securities trades exclusively with other broker-dealers.

The MSRB said its new Rule G-43 and a related interpretive notice, which take effect December 22, will protect retail investors by prohibiting practices that can drive up muni-bond prices.

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