Euronext identifies and resolves cause for tech issues, markets set to reopen
Euronext has just provided an update (via its Twitter feed) regarding the tech issues that plagued the normal trading operations on the Exchange today.
As FX News Group has reported, about two hours ago, Euronext said trading in all products is halted due to tech issues.
Now, the Exchange reports some positive development. The latest Euronext posts on the matter state:
“The route cause has been identified and resolved. It was a technical issue impacting the middleware system. Euronext is preparing for a resumption of all markets but the Warrants and Certificates one for which investigations continue”.
The segments will open as follows:
- FXI Fixed Income: 12:30
- EQU Cash Equities: 12:45
- ETF Funds: 12:45
- COM Commodities: 12:30
- EQD Equity Derivatives: 12:50
- IDD Index Derivatives: 13:00
The issues affecting Euronext’s operations mark yet another set of tech problems that had a heavy impact on major exchanges over the past couple of months. One example are NXZ’s tech issues which lasted for four days, whereas another example is the tech problem that halted trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange for one day on October 1, 2020.