The transatlantic exchange has become the latest to deploy a kill switch to maintain market order
Nasdaq OMX has become the latest
exchange to put in place a kill switch to catch and stop
trading errors before they result in technical shutdowns,
writes Joe Parsons.
Philadelphia-based options exchange, PHLX, will implement the
safeguard on March 1 as an optional feature offered at no extra
charge to Nasdaq market participants.
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