SEC publishes GameStop report on gamification of trading, and payment for order flow

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Brian Sozzi, Brian Cheung, and Julie Hyman discuss the SEC’s critical takeaways from finally releasing the report on GameStop trading and the possible ripples this report will have on the market.

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In This Story: Brian Cheung

Brian Cheung is an on-air reporter covering the Federal Reserve, economics, and banking for Yahoo Finance. He previously wrote for S&P Global Market Intelligence and, prior to that, worked at the Federal Reserve.

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