London-based exchange was forced to halt trading at the market open on Tuesday
London-based Liffe has experienced its second trading halt
this year as a technical glitch stopped on Tuesday morning
trading of two popular short term interest rate (STIR)
derivatives for three hours.
Trading in the European Interbank Offered Rate (Euribor) and
the European Overnight Index Average (Eonia) contracts was
stopped at 07:50 GMT, with the market reopening at
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