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November 13, 2012

Glitch stops NYSE trading in 216 companies

“The New York Stock Exchange suspended trading in 216 companies, including US Steel and Travelers, for most of the trading day on Monday in the latest technology glitch to hit Wall Street. 

Despite the suspensions, investors were able to continue to trade shares in the affected companies on other exchanges. Closing prices were determined by consolidating so-called last sale prices at other exchanges, which were then emailed to traders and posted online.”

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