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Cyberattack or not, Wednesday's four-hour-plus halt in New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) computerized trading caused frenzied concern — which was compounded by computer issues that grounded all United Airlines flights and crashed The Wall Street …
PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW · 7/10/2015
The name on the building will remain and the opening bell will continue to ring every trading day. But an era is about to end, sadly, with the agreement by the New York Stock Exchange to sell itself to IntercontinentalExchange Inc. The contrasts between ...
The Morning Journal · 12/22/2012
NEW YORK (AP) — SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. made a splash Friday in its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The owner of theme parks famous for water shows featuring killer whales and dolphins jumped $6.52, or 24 percent, to close …
Yahoo Finance · ByMichelle Chapman · 4/19/2013
Trading has resumed on the New York Stock Exchange after a technical glitch prompted a shutdown on Wednesday. Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Trading has resumed on the New York Stock Exchange after a technical glitch prompted a shutdown on …
LocalSYR · 7/8/2015
The New York Stock Exchange halted trading Wednesday for more than three hours due to technical problems that it said were not caused by hacking. The outage was due to "an internal technical issue" and "was not the result of a cyber breach," NYSE
Yahoo Singapore Finance · 7/8/2015
there wasn’t as much fanfare inside the NYSE when FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne rang Monday’s closing bell. The new Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles stock (under the symbol FCAU) opened at $8.98, crested to $9.55, and closed at $8.92. At Friday’s close ...
CAR AND DRIVER · 10/18/2014
In the case of the stock exchange, multiple reports suggest that the real culprit in the glitch might have been a faulty systems upgrade, though the NYSE hasn’t confirmed that explanation. After a long and confusing day of digital disasters, everything ...
Wired News · 7/18/2015
The New York Stock Exchange in 1988 instituted a rule providing for a trading halt because of extraordinary market volatility. The so-called “circuit breaker” rule is intended to curb stock market panics by forcing a pause in trading so investors have ...
finance.zacks.com · 7/25/2015
General Motors Chief Executive Officer Dan Akerson and other members of the company visited the New York Stock Exchange earlier today to celebrate the launch of its much-anticipated public offering, in which it raised an estimated $20.1 billion, making it ...
Egm Car Tech · 11/18/2010
Will they or won’t they? With Nasdaq OMX (NDAQ) apparently wanting a stake in NYSE Euronext (NYX) worth more than half of the rival exchange’s business, coming up with a counter bid is apparently proving somewhat complicated. Frankfurt’s …
Barron's · ByMurray Coleman · 3/28/2011