NY Stock Exchange trading resumes after 3-hour outage

By REUTERS
July 8, 2015 22:28

 
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 Trading on the New York Stock Exchange resumed late Wednesday afternoon, more than three hours after a technical outage halted activity on its own venues.

Trading resumed around 3:10 p.m. (19:10 GMT)

Investors had been able to continue trading in NYSE-listed stocks throughout the outage as orders were routed to other exchanges.

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