U.S. regulators are working to meet deadlines for implementing the Dodd-Frank Act and make other changes, pushing a review of market data to the back burner. However, Mary Schapiro, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, said the review remains on the agenda. "In the context of looking at the consolidated audit trail, looking at issues about proprietary data feeds and latency in the consolidated tape, those are issues that we'll need to get into," Schapiro said. "But I can't tell you I have thought a lot about the economics of it at this point."

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