Analysis: Case highlights MBS regulatory conflict

Floyd Norris writes that the government's prosecution of a broker for failing to disclose information about mortgage-backed securities to his clients stands in stark contrast to their decision to not require any disclosure of trade information about those securities. He writes that the Securities and Exchange Commission has the ability and data to make trades public but would be opposed by many in the industry.

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