LSE: Turquoise Halt Won't End Migrations

The London Stock Exchange is pressing ahead with migrating data clients to upgraded 1-Gigabit-per-second network circuits, while continuing to investigate a network failure that interrupted trading and data distribution on its Turquoise multilateral trading facility last week, and prompted the exchange to delay migrating its main UK equity market to the MillenniumIT technology platform already used by Turquoise.

An LSE spokesperson says preliminary investigations suggest that the Turquoise

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