Definition of Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Regulates the secondary market, all broker dealers and industry participants, and created the Securities Exchange Commission, the industry’s ultimate authority. The Act of 1934 gave the authority to the Federal Reserve Board to regulate the extension of credit for securities purchases through regulation T.

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