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CNBC's Jim Cramer responds to Bob Greifeld's defense of the Nasdaq shutdown yesterday. With OptionMonster's Jon Najarian, and CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Andrew Ross Sorkin.
Mike Khouw, DASH Financial, says the communication from the Nasdaq yesterday could really have been better. You might expect a phone call, he adds.
Atlanta Fed President Dennis Lockhart discusses monetary policy with CNBC's Steve Liesman. "I'm confident of a moderate growth path," he said, "but we'll have to watch it very carefully."
Robert Greifeld, CEO, Nasdaq OMX Group, responds to yesterday's shutdown of the Nasdaq. We invest a lot of money in our systems, he says, but we need to be better at "defensive driving" when there are issues elsewhere that trigger a problem in your system.
William O'Brien, Direct Edge CEO, says the fault for the shutdown lies with Nasdaq and that even though technical issues are unavoidable, they're not an acceptable excuse.
Thomas Sporkin, Buckley Sandler, says he believes the SEC needs better visibility into these types of incidents before taking any action. They need to be the adult in the room, he says. With Jon Najarian, OptionMonster.com, and the Squawk Box crew.
Jon Najarian, co-founder, OptionMonster.com and Fast Money Contributor, discusses Bob Greifeld and yesterday's 5-hour Nasdaq shutdown. With CNBC's Bertha Coombs and Scott Cohn.
Scott Nations, NationsShares chief investment officer & president, shares his opinion on what happened yesterday and how the exchanges can go about dealing with technological issues in the future.
Keith Miller, former SEC enforcement attorney and current Perkins Coie securities attorney, discusses how the agency is likely to proceed in light of yesterday's Nasdaq shutdown.
Tim Freeman, Elevation LLC, discusses the Nasdaq shutdown and how the market reacted to it. The market has adjusted to technological issues, he says. It's not going away.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the Nasdaq and CEO Bob Greifeld are coming under intense criticism because of their apparent lack of a plan, as well as a lack of crisis management during yesterday's shutdown.
The SEC calls for a cooling-off period for more staff. Carl Icahn announces via Twitter that he plans to have dinner with Apple's Tim Cook. And Ben Affleck as Batman?
CNBC's Carolin Roth reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including a mixed day on the markets. The euro/dollar was essentially flat and the dollar rebounded against the yen.
Two regional Fed presidents expressed different views Friday about whether September would be the right time to begin to scale back the central bank's massive bond purchases.
Nasdaq-OMX CEO Robert Greifeld defended the way his exchange handled Thursday's three-hour outage, saying unspecified outside issues were the real problem.
Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld said the market was pleased with the way the exchange handled Thursday's three-hour outage—but Jim Cramer isn't buying it. Really, really not buying it.
Emerging markets are in a better position than they were in the 1990s, even with the recent plunge in places like India and Indonesia, Pimco CEO Mohamed El-Erian said on Friday.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on what really stopped trading at the Nasdaq yesterday. The disruption, according to the Nasdaq, was caused by an exchange participant connectivity issue.
Laura Pruitt, Partner, Alston & Bird LLP, discusses how exchanges like the Nasdaq can create systems that enhance the platform and provide more stability.
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