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India's NSE Says Trading Halted for 'Technical Reasons'

10 Jul 2017 5:31 am
 By Corinne Abrams and Debiprasad Nayak 

Trading at India's National Stock Exchange, the country's largest exchange by trade value, was halted Monday morning.

"Due to technical reasons in cash market," trading has been stopped in both the cash and futures-and-options segments of the exchange, an NSE spokesman wrote in an email. "The technical team of NSE is looking into the issue."

Brokers confirmed they were unable to make trades.

A statement on the NSE website said it would post a reopening time for the exchange soon. This followed a statement that had said trade would resume at 10:45 local time.

A spokesman for BSE Ltd., which operates the country's benchmark S&P BSE Sensex, said that index was unaffected.

Write to Corinne Abrams at corinne.abrams@wsj.com and Debiprasad Nayak at debi.nayak@wsj.com

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

July 10, 2017 01:31 ET (05:31 GMT)

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