The 32-year wait for a comprehensive record-keeping system to monitor trading across U.S. equity and options markets is approaching conclusion.

The Securities and Exchange Commission is meeting tomorrow to consider adopting a proposal issued three weeks after the stock rout of May 6, 2010, to build a single system to track all order and trading data.

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