LSE, Vendors Grapple with Data Glitches


European market participants continued to experience issues with data from the London Stock Exchange Group last week, after outages on its UK and Italian markets and continuing issues among data vendors, following the LSE’s Feb. 14 migration to a new trading platform.

Borsa Italiana suspended trading for almost six hours last Wednesday, Feb. 22 due to a technical issue with the exchange’s DDM Plus real-time datafeed service, while the LSE’s main market halted trading for four hours last Friday

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