The brokerage arm of KeyCorp of Cleveland has agreed to pay $15,431.40 to settle charges by the regulatory arm of the National Association of Securities Dealers Inc. concerning its sales practices.

The NASD's charges include that McDonald Investments Inc. failed to use "reasonable diligence" to determine that prices of securities it bought and sold for customers were "as favorable as possible under prevailing market conditions."

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