The oldest American exchange reported an “ongoing issue with the NMS SIP,” or the securities information processor for NYSE stocks, at about 1:40 p.m. in New York. Two NYSE venues were “experiencing issues publishing and receiving trades and quotes,”
Chicago Mercentile Exchange will reduce livestock trading hours from the current schedule of 23 hours to as few as six hours a day on Fridays, Bloomberg reported. The change is expected to be implemented later in October, pending CFTC approval.
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. halted trading for three hours yesterday to protect the integrity of markets as a technology malfunction left some investors without stock quotes, Chief Executive Officer Robert Greifeld said in his first public remarks since the incident.