Merrill Lynch Wealth Management has decided to increase its minimum equity trade fees to $75 from $50 following a year of research on how its pricing fits the market.
The changes are aimed at helping to bring the firm in line with what other firms it competes with are charging retail investors, after not having changed its equity pricing since 2003. Merrill Lynch is also making undisclosed "modest" increases to its equity commission schedule.
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