TD Ameritrade (AMTD), Morgan Stanley (MS), Fidelity Stopped Taking Orders for Facebook (FB) IPO Last Night -Reuters
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Reuters reporting TD Ameritrade (Nasdaq: AMTD), Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) and Fidelity stopped taking orders for the Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) IPO last night.
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