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 2 yrs | Baltimore mayor fires police commissioner over increase in homicide rate

              Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake says she has replaced Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts with Deputy Police Commissioner Kevin Davis, who will become Interim Commissioner of the Baltimore Police Department.   


  Baltimore, MD     

 


 2 yrs | Dow Jones Industrial Average closes down 261 points on Greece, China

              The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 17,515.82 points, a decline of 261.09 points (1.47 percent), amid worries over the financial situation in Greece and China. The S&P 500 was down 34.62 points (1.66 percent) at 2,046.72 while the NASDAQ Composite closed down 87.70 points (1.75 percent) at 4,909.76.   


  United States     

 

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 2 yrs | New York Stock Exchange resumes trading after 3.5 hours

              Trading at the New York Stock Exchange resumed just after 3:10 p.m. ET, more than 3.5 hours after a technical issue forced the suspension of all trading. Trading at the NYSE MKT, the market for small cap companies, resumed a few minutes earlier.   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR: NYSE trading halt

              BNO News is continuing to monitor developments from the New York Stock Exchange, where trading has been suspended for nearly 3.5 hours now, though NYSE-listed securities are continuing to trade unaffected on other markets. Here is what we know as of 2:55 p.m. ET.   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 



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 2 yrs | New York Stock Exchange expected to re-open around 2:45 to 3 p.m. ET - NYSE president

              The New York Stock Exchange is expected to re-open at around 2:45 to 3 p.m. ET, NYSE President Tom Farley said on CNBC. He explained that the problems began mid-morning when costumers weren't receiving all messages, leading to the decision to suspend trading. "We have identified [the problem]," he said. [video and quote attached]   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | U.S. DHS Secretary Johnson: Computer problems ‘not the result of any nefarious actor’

              U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, speaking at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says the computer problems at United Airlines and the New York Stock Exchange were not the result of a cyber attack. "It appears from what we know at this stage that the malfunctions at United and the stock exchange were not the result of any nefarious actor," he said, adding that he had personally spoken with United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek.   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | SEC Chair White says commission ‘closely monitoring’ NYSE situation

              Mary Jo White, the chairwoman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), says the commission is closely monitoring the situation at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the trading in NYSE-listed stocks. "We are in contact with NYSE and are closely monitoring the situation and trading in NYSE-listed stocks," she said in an emailed statement.   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 


 2 yrs | NYSE: Will work to ‘ensure timely and orderly market re-open’ when issue resolved

              The New York Stock Exchange, in an updated statement, says it will work to ensure "a timely and orderly market re-open" as soon as its technical problems have been resolved. We are doing our utmost to produce a swift resolution, communicate thoroughly and transparently," the stock exchange said. [full statement attached]   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 

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 2 yrs | Obama briefed on NYSE trading halt, government monitoring situation - Bloomberg

              U.S. President Barack Obama has been briefed on the ongoing problems at the New York Stock Exchange, according to Bloomberg reporter Justin Sink, citing a White House official. The official told Sink that the White House and Treasury Department are monitoring the situation.   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 

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 2 yrs | NYSE: Technical issue not caused by cyber breach, trade continues at other stock markets

              The technical issues at the New York Stock Exchange are the result of an internal technical issue and are not the result of a cyber breach, the stock market says on its Twitter account. "We chose to suspend trading on NYSE to avoid problems arising from our technical issue. NYSE-listed securities continue to trade unaffected on other market centers," it added.   


  New York, NY        17 UPDATES

 




 
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