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The securities regulator said on Tuesday that companies can now list on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) without paying hefty commissions to Wall Street banks, which typically act as underwriters for the IPO. The Securities and Exchange Commission's approval of a "direct" listing on the NYSE threatens to revolutionize the US IPO market, as companies seeking to go public are allowed to sell shares directly to investors. Investment banks have been organizing IPOs and backing stocks for decades based on their market power.

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