Thursday, Nov 26, 2009

What happened today?!

BBC News: Market Data

I've not seen that happen before. What happened to the market today 10:30-14:00? What did I miss? Software issues?

Posted by night @ 09:28 PM (1592 views)
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1. jack c said...

See earlier post

Markets in melt down?BBC news: London Stock Exchange trading hit by technical glitchStock market has ceased trading. Is the collapse coming?

Posted by will @ 12:44 PM 14 Comments

Thursday, November 26, 2009 10:15PM Report Comment
 

2. Fallingbuzzard said...

Yep, it was shut down. Technical glitch, of course.

Friday, November 27, 2009 12:06AM Report Comment
 

3. Matthew said...

The cynical amongst us might think it was as a result of a circuit breaker (a technical term for stock exchange shut down when the index drops below a certain point). In this instance as a result of Dubai raising concerns on its ability to pay off its borrowing.

I note with interest that as a result of this announcement the US dollar surged.

Friday, November 27, 2009 07:42AM Report Comment
 

4. alan said...

A computer crash at the London Stock Exchange, which by coincidence is 21 per cent owned by the Dubai Government (remember those loan defaults), left dealers unable to trade for three and a half hours.

Friday, November 27, 2009 07:50AM Report Comment
 

5. Hotfoot said...

Very susupicious as far as I'm concerned. It's too much of a co-incidence - it's all adding to my conclusions that the markets are being heavily manipulated by those whose interests are in the rich minority and those who seek to control world powers rather than help the average man on the street. The public is being fooled.

Friday, November 27, 2009 09:49AM Report Comment
 

6. night said...

Ah, thanks, it had dropped off the front-page feed by the time I looked at the site. Apologies for effectively reposting the same thing.

Friday, November 27, 2009 11:15AM Report Comment
 

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