The exchange first became aware of the problem at 10:19am Tuesday, and immediately moved to a recovery scenario, a NYSE spokesperson says, which involved restarting the OpenBook system. Soon after, the exchange issued an alert saying that OpenBook had been restarted and was "operating normally."
However, at 10:54am, the exchange reported that the feed was experiencing delays, and initially believed that the problem affected other NYSE Proprietary Data Products, including NYSE Alerts,
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