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In a statement, Nasdaq said that "trading was not affected" and that quotes were once again disseminating normally. Nasdaq attributed the outage to a failure of its "back end server." It declined to comment further.
NYSE Arca noted a longer duration for the outage than Nasdaq. It said its customers did not receive public quotes from Nasdaq's server between 11:35:09 a.m. and 11:44:32 a.m.
Another exchange, Direct Edge, said it actually halted trading in affected stocks from 11:43 a.m. to 11:48 a.m.
Nasdaq said that stocks with symbols ranging from PC to SPZ were hit.
But Eric Hunsader, who runs data research firm Nanex, receives quotes from the Nasdaq clearinghouse at issue and said the outage spread to stocks outside of that range.
Originally posted by DocHolidaze
hey man a piece of advice
gotta hit the link button befure u post the urlreply to post by sjewell57
on topic i dont even understand what goes on over there on wall street, it just seems like a bunch of criminals wearing suits gambling with other peoples moneyedit on 4-9-2013 by DocHolidaze because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by whatnext21
In a statement, Nasdaq said that "trading was not affected" and that quotes were once again disseminating normally. Nasdaq attributed the outage to a failure of its "back end server."