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After a 38-year debate on how to make trading costs for corporate and municipal debt transparent, regulators are making another attempt at forcing dealers to disclose how much they earn on the transactions.

The Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board will discuss a proposal at the end of the month, Executive Director Lynnette Kelly said yesterday, after U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Mary Jo White asked the regulator to come up with a plan by year-end. The new rules would apply to so-called riskless trades, where firms fill client orders rather than use their own money to opportunistically buy.

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