U.S. stock exchanges ran into more problems with the main data feed for Nasdaq Stock Market-listed securities Wednesday, nearly two weeks after an outage at the feed froze trading in those stocks for more than three hours.
Exchanges run by BATS Global Markets Inc. and Direct Edge Holdings LLC notified traders via an e-mail alert of issues with Nasdaq's Securities Information Processor, with Direct Edge's exchanges temporarily halting trading in Nasdaq-listed securities with symbols ranging from PBCP to ZZZZ, according to the notice.
BATS told traders it had "received confirmation of an issue at the UTP SIP," Nasdaq's data feed, though this appeared resolved by 11:50 a.m. ET, according to a separate notice.
A spokesman for Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. (NDAQ) had no immediate comment.
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