NYSE's London Commodities Exchange Just Glitched Up AGAIN

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NYSE’s London-based Liffe commodities index just shut down again due to a technical glitch — the second time this week.This follows a series of high profile technical problems this year including the botched IPOs of Facebook and BATS.

Here’s the NYSE’s statement:

NYSE Liffe Market Status
Fri 5 Oct 2012, 14:06:50 BST

Due to a technical issue trading has been halted in all  London Commodities, Paris Commodities and all London Universal Stock Futures until further notice. An Investigation is ongoing.

(via ZeroHedge)

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