UPDATE 3-US SEC short ban list now covers more than 900 firms


(Updates to reflect the addition of more companies) WASHINGTON, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq on Monday added more than 130 stocks of companies involved in financial services to a temporary ban on short-selling ordered last week by U.S. regulators. NYSE Euronext added about 70 companies, including shares of General Electric Co , M&T Bank Corp , Ford Motor Company and General Motors Corp . Nasdaq OMX Group added more than 60 companies, including California ...

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