Technical problems with Eurex’s T7 system delayed trading on the day of a big listing for Deutsche Börse.
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Following the days' outages and failing over its network switch, Nasdaq said its systems were operating normally.
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Sources say the slowness impacted their ability to trade for the two-hour affected period.
Euronext's derivatives markets spent more than two hours offline as a result of market data dissemination and reference data issues.
Euronext's derivatives spent more than two hours offline as a result of market data dissemination and reference data issues.
Exchange officials say the issue with duplicate data packets on its primary datafeed did not result in any lost data.
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The exchange resolved the technical issue early Tuesday morning.
The datacenter operator says only four clients were affected by the issue on Thursday morning.
Nasdaq says IPC's service at eSpeed's primary datacenter was impacted by a power issue.
Derivatives exchange's T7 system experienced "technical issues."
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The glitch left firms without permissions to view data on some key CME contracts.
The incident follows three earlier data glitches during a three-week period in June.
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The exchange will add equipment to monitor its infrastructure for future data interruptions.
The latest data interruption follows two incidents two weeks ago.
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