A roadside financial data screen in Tokyo showing no trading activity on October 1, 2020, after Japan Exchange Group Inc. halted trading in all shares listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange due to a system glitch. Photo: Kyodo A roadside financial data screen in Tokyo showing no trading activity on October 1, 2020, after Japan Exchange Group Inc. halted trading in all shares listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange due to a system glitch. Photo: Kyodo
A roadside financial data screen in Tokyo showing no trading activity on October 1, 2020, after Japan Exchange Group Inc. halted trading in all shares listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange due to a system glitch. Photo: Kyodo

Tokyo Stock Exchange to resume transactions on Friday after hardware glitch forces trading suspension for the entire day

  • A director of the Tokyo Stock Exchange said the market will resume trading on Friday
  • Buying and selling of securities were frozen on the first day of the new quarter just as key economic data was being published

Topic |   Stocks
A roadside financial data screen in Tokyo showing no trading activity on October 1, 2020, after Japan Exchange Group Inc. halted trading in all shares listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange due to a system glitch. Photo: Kyodo A roadside financial data screen in Tokyo showing no trading activity on October 1, 2020, after Japan Exchange Group Inc. halted trading in all shares listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange due to a system glitch. Photo: Kyodo
A roadside financial data screen in Tokyo showing no trading activity on October 1, 2020, after Japan Exchange Group Inc. halted trading in all shares listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange due to a system glitch. Photo: Kyodo
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