SAN FRANCISCO, May 23 (Reuters) – The clearinghouse for all
U.S. stock options said Thursday it will adopt a policy aimed at
abolishing a dividend-linked trading strategy that critics say
could destabilize markets if left unchecked.
The change at Chicago-based OCC is likely to hurt market
share at Nasdaq OMX Group Inc’s biggest options venue,
where nearly all of U.S. dividend-linked options trading takes