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The Securities and Exchange Commission is rethinking “quiet period” rules that dictate what companies can say in the run-up to initial public offerings, according to a letter sent by Mary Shapiro, the agency’s chairman, to Rep. Darrell Issa of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the Wall Street Journal reports.

During Facebook’s IPO, smaller investors lacked information and analysis regarding the company’s prospects that were available to the large clients of certain banks. The SEC also has yet to make changes to its policies required by the JOBS Act, which aims to jumpstart capital-raising. 

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