NYSE shutdown: A brief, recent history of stock markets halting trade3 min read . Updated: 09 Jul 2015, 01:21 PM IST
The outage wasn't the first instance of a technical glitch stopping trade at the NYSE in its 198-year history
New Delhi: On Wednesday morning, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) halted trade at 11:32 am Eastern Time (ET) for what it said was a “technical internal issue" and “not a result of a cyber breach" as was being speculated at the time. Trading resumed at 3:10 pm ET, after a gap of three and a half hours. The outage, however, wasn’t the first instance of a technical glitch stopping trade at the NYSE in its 198-year history.
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