MFA Comment Letters

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MFA Comments to SEC on Proposed Rule Change by American Stock Exchange to List and Trade Shares of Nuveen Commodities Income and Growth Fund10.15.07


MFA submits comments to the SEC on an American Stock Exchange (“AMEX”) rule proposal which would permit commodity pools to […]

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