Skip to comments.Trading Resumes in Nasdaq-Listed Securities
Posted on 08/22/2013 1:35:30 PM PDT by The Sons of Liberty
Trading resumed in Nasdaq Stock Market-listed securities, more than three hours after an abrupt halt in trading blamed on an unexplained technical issue paralyzed a large chunk of the U.S. stock market. The exchange said trades in all Nasdaq-listed securities between 12:14 p.m. ET, as the outage began, and 12:23 p.m. ET would stand. Trades made after that during the outage would be canceled, the exchange said.
Shares of exchange operator Nasdaq OMX NDAQ -3.42% Group Inc. dropped immediately after trading resumed. The Nasdaq Composite Index, however, was up along with other major indexes.
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Do you think we'll ever know the TRUTH?
Was this a chinese attack on the computers?
Given the scope of activity that the stock market engages in Id have to think that they are so backed up with redundant multiple systems running the same data that there not that much chance of a system failure.
I dont see North Korea as much of a threat over the internet.......
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