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Paris bourse trade resumes after ‘technical problem’

Agence France-Presse

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Paris bourse trade resumes after ‘technical problem’

This file photo with a zoom effect, taken on March 9, 2020, shows the CAC 40 among stock tickers displayed at the headquarters of the Pan-European stock exchange Euronext near Paris. - Paris bourse trade suspended in the morning of October 19, 2020, due to 'technical problem', Euronext announced. (Photo by ERIC PIERMONT / AFP)


Bourse operator Euronext says the problem had been 'identified and resolved,' but gives no details on the nature of the glitch

Trading on the Paris stock exchange resumed after a technical problem halted business for nearly 3 hours on Monday, October 19, bourse operator Euronext said.

The problem had been “identified and resolved,” Euronext said in a statement to Agence France-Presse.

It gave no details on the nature of the glitch which affected all the exchange’s market products.

Other exchanges run by Euronext – Brussels, Amsterdam, Lisbon, and Dublin – were also affected by the outage, but not Oslo.

The benchmark CAC 40 index was up around 0.7% at 4,967.26 points at 1050 GMT, slightly weaker than its level when trading was halted an hour into trading.

Earlier this month, Euronext announced it would buy the Milan bourse from the London Stock Exchange Group for 4.3 billion euros ($5 billion). –

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