Stock Market Plans To Reopen Wednesday
The New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market were shut down after the ability to buy, sell and route orders became compromised. The Stock Exchange considered implementing a fully automated trading system but opted to shut down instead of reprogramming the system.
Essential staff will commute through coordinated car pools, while other employees could work remotely if conditions permit.
Finalized trading on mutual funds typically wraps October 31, adding pressure on the markets to resume trading as usual.
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