Subject: File No. SR-NYSE-2009-61
From: Stuart Joynson

June 30, 2009

This is an absolute outrage!!! So much for transparency! When people want opacity, it's because they have something to hide, pure and simple. Reverse this decision NOW!

TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2009
NYSE Halts Transparency, Feels Goldman Program Trading Disclosure Is Unnecessary
Posted by Tyler Durden at 1:26 PM
In a move set to infuriate and send many Zero Hedge readers over the top, the NYSE has taken action to make sure that nobody will henceforth be able to keep track of the complete dominance that Goldman Sachs exerts over the New York Stock Exchange. This basically ends our weekly Program Trading updates disclosed every Thursday indicating that Goldman has singlehandedly captured all of NYSE's program trading.

In an information memorandum released on June 24 (09-31), the NYSE Regulation team has announced the Decommissioning of the Daily Program Trading Report (DPTR).

From the memo:

The New York Stock Exchange LLC (“NYSE”) will be decommissioning the requirement to report program trading activity via the Daily Program Trading Report (“DPTR”), which was previously approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”).1 The last trade date for which member organizations will be required to file the DPTR with the Exchange will be July 10, 2009 and therefore the last required date to submit the DPTR will be July 14, 2009.