NEW YORK--The Securities Industry Association (SIA) last week strove to convey confidence in Wall Street's handling of Year 2000 compliance as it delineated the minor problems with trades, screen displays and stock symbols that were the result of last month's tests of parallel systems.
Problems included trades being sent to the wrong regional exchanges, screen display errors (continuing to display the year 1999) and stock symbol mix-ups. SIA representatives attributed most of the problems to
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