Skip to comments.NYSE set to shut trading floor Monday, keep electronic trading open
Posted on 10/28/2012 2:19:35 PM PDT by John W
As Hurricane Sandy approaches, the New York Stock Exchange said it plans to shut its trading floor Monday and shift all trading to an electronic exchange.
NYSE Euronext said it made the decision Sunday after public officials declared a state of emergency in the New York area and issued evacuation orders near the exchange's trading floor. Earlier in the day, NYSE officials had vowed to stay open.
The company said all NYSE-listed securities would be traded on NYSE Arca, its fully electronic exchange. Electronic trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market is expected to proceed as usual Monday
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ANYTHING but Bengazi...
A few hours ago they said it was going to be business as usual.
Looks like “Mr. Stand-down” will only stand up when something covers his own a$$.
It was 3:00pm in Washington, so he must have been awake.
4:00pm seems to be after his beddie-bye time.
Great...so now skynet gets control of the financial world for the day. Alogs going at it all day long while an October hurricane heads for the northeast...sounds like a plot for a movie...and not a good one.
Time for, “Never let a serious crisis go to waste!”
Plus a Giants-Yankees series would have been deja vu all over again...whereas the Giants and Tigers have never faced each other in the World Series before this year.
Skynet has had all the volume for years now .. real people don’t want the street to get on their shoes...
Most of us can already do our jobs without putting our shoes on. I have a solution to traffic jams - have people who can, work out of their homes. No commute. No traffic jams. Unless you physically need to be someplace, fire up your laptop and your smartphone and get to work while still in your pajamas!
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