WASHINGTON - At least 10 current or former brokers at major Wall Street and other firms have been targeted for possible indictment by the Justice Department in connection with a grand jury investigation in New York City of anticompetitive practices in investments and derivatives in the municipal market, according to regulatory filings.

All 10, or their current or former firms, disclosed in regulatory filings that they had received written notifications from the Justice Department stating either that they are "target[s]" of the grand jury investigation or that they have been contacted in connection with possible violations of antitrust and other laws.

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