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Smoke Shutters PHLX Floor
Nasdaq's PHLX market (the former Philadelphia Stock Exchange) experienced two trading halts last Tuesday, Dec. 29. A trading halt in symbols E through J between 10am and 10.30am was followed by a smoke-related evacuation of the PHLX trading floor at 11.05am that halted trading in all equity, index, exchange-traded funds and currency option classes. The fire department declared the building safe and market makers were told to return for a resumption of trading at 12

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Cutting through the hype surrounding the FDTA rulemaking process

A bill requiring US regulators and institutions to adopt a machine-readable data framework for reporting purposes applies to entity identifiers, but not security identifiers, in a crucial difference, writes Scott Preiss, SVP and global head of Cusip Global Services.

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