The New York Stock Exchange and other regulators are shifting the focus of their market-timing investigations from mutual fund companies and hedge funds to individual brokers and their supervisors, Susan Merrill chief of enforcement for the NYSE said, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The NYSE's market-timing "cases against mutual funds have largely been wrapped up, but many individuals could be in the cross hairs," Merrill said.

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