TOKYO — Stock trading in the world’s third-greatest economic climate ground to a close to standstill on Thursday morning just after a technical glitch shut down the Tokyo Stock Exchange and some other markets across Japan.
The breakdown resulted from a dilemma in a program that reviews industry info, Japan Exchange Group, the enterprise that operates the program, explained in a statement on its site.
The enterprise did not give facts about the bring about and explained it did not know when the dilemma would be resolved.
Trading was also halted at exchanges in Nagoya, Sapporo and Fukuoka, the organizations working them explained.
Trading in Japan’s 2nd-greatest exchange, in Osaka, appeared to be unaffected.
Above three,700 organizations are listed in Tokyo alone.
Japan has faced related difficulties more than the many years, with program glitches sometimes stopping some trading for short intervals. The final systemwide shutdown was in 2005 when a software package improve malfunctioned, shutting the industry down for half a day.
Makiko Inoue and Hikari Hida contributed reporting.