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NZX technical glitch keeps investors in the dark as trading day opens

Tuesday 23rd April 2013

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Technical issues at NZX have kept investors in the dark with no market announcements being published on the stock exchange operator's website and Reuters and Bloomberg services not showing trading action.

The stock exchange hasn't published any new market announcements on its public website today, due to technical issues though trading is open, an NZX spokeswoman said. It was unclear whether that was behind Reuters and Bloomberg terminals not showing any trading action, and if that extends to IRESS products.

The stock exchange expects to make a formal announcement shortly.

Investors rely on access to information, including bid and ask prices for stocks and new announcements as they come in when buying and selling listed securities.

The NZX launched the NASDAQ OMX X-stream trading platform last November as it looks to branch out into new securities trading, including derivatives and commodities.

BusinessDesk.co.nz



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