Regulatory and legislative observers say President Bush’s choice of Rep. Christopher Cox to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission will buoy Wall Street, but they also say he is unlikely to make major changes to controversial reforms implemented by his predecessor, William Donaldson.

“Cox has a moderate anti-regulatory, pro-business track record,” said James Hedges, founder and president of investment adviser LJH Global Investments LLC.

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