Besides ensuring orderly pricing in equity markets, outflows from stock mutual funds that have occurred every single week in the four months since the May 6 Flash Crash, for estimated redemptions totaling more than $50 billion, are causing grave concerns at the Securities and Exchange Commission.

That was one of the startling messages from SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro in her speech yesterday before the Economic Club of New York.

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