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Earlier in July, the NYSE was forced to suspend trading for several hours in the biggest outage to hit a U.S. financial market in nearly two years. "We look forward to working with the industry and the SEC to implement this resiliency plan for the public markets on behalf of investors," NYSE president Tom Farley said in a statement. Nearly all U.S. trading is done...
NYSE said the outage was due to an internal technical issue and not the result of a cyberattack. "It's not a good day, and I don't feel good for our customers who are having to deal with the fallout," NYSE President Thomas Farley told CNBC during the halt. NYSE, which traces its roots back to an agreement under a Buttonwood tree on Wall Street in 1792, handled 6.12 percent...
"It's not a good day, and I don't feel good for our customers who are having to deal with the fallout," NYSE President Thomas Farley told CNBC during the halt. The NYSE accounts for more than 60 percent of S&P 500 volume at the close of the market, according to Credit Suisse analyst Ana Avramovic. "If you don't have all the orders on that marketplace on the close, the pricing...
*Euro zone sets end-of-week deadline for Greece. NEW YORK, July 8- World markets were shaken on Wednesday by a halt in New York Stock Exchange trading due to technical difficulties, a crash in Chinese stocks and lingering concerns over the future of Greece in the euro zone. The NYSE Group, which includes the New York Stock Exchange, said the suspension was not due to a...
*NYSE- listed issues still trading on other exchanges. *NYSE says technical issue not due to cyber attack. The halt started just after 11:30 a.m. ET due to technical difficulties, although NYSE- listed issues continued to trade on other exchanges, such as those run by Nasdaq OMX Group and BATS Global Markets.
*NYSE- listed issues still trading on other exchanges. *NYSE says technical issue not due to cyber attack. July 8- Trading in all securities was halted on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday due to technical difficulties, although NYSE- listed issues continued to trade on other exchanges, such as those run by Nasdaq OMX Group and BATS Global Markets.
NEW YORK, July 8- The NYSE Group, which includes the New York Stock Exchange, has suspended trading in all securities due to technical difficulties, the unit of Intercontinental Exchange Inc said on Wednesday. The stocks continue to trade on other exchanges, such as those run by Nasdaq OMX Group and BATS Global Markets. "It's under control," Mark Otto of market maker J....
NEW YORK, June 24- Exchange operator Nasdaq OMX Group Inc said on Wednesday it partnered with blockchain infrastructure provider Chain to make digital ledger technology available to private companies that issue and transfer shares on the Nasdaq Private Market. The blockchain is a shared distributed ledger that records and is the repository of digital...
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