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Angry NSE glitch, no trading for many hours

Trding finally resumed at the National Stock Exchange (NSE), albeit cautiously, at around 12:22pm after a technical glitch halted systems at 9:55am. After resuming briefly at 11:15am, trading in the cash segment was suspended again due to a technical glitch. Earlier at 9:55am, trading in both cash and the futures & options (F&O) segments came to a grinding halt. According to reports, individual stock prices were not getting updated on the system and investors failed to place orders.

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The glitch was definitely not fixed even after 12:30, took till around 2pm or so for all the stocks to start showing proper data
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On 5 October 2012, the NSE Nifty crashed by over 900 points when a dealer for stockbroker Emkay Global punched a wrong order. NSE blamed 'abnormal' orders, worth $126 million, placed by the stockbroker in multiple trades of various stocks at low prices, for the crash. NSE claimed there were no technical glitches in its system and the crash was due to 'erroneous' trade orders worth over Rs650 crore by Emkay, which was disabled by the bourse for trading.

NSE has continued to blame Emkay for the crash, but has still not bothered to explain why its market-wide circuit filters failed to work. In fact, when NSE index showed a sudden fall of nearly 900 points or over 15% within seconds, triggering the circuit filter (maximum permissible limit of movement in the index) at 0950 hours on 5 October 2012, the Exchange was supposed to halt trading for an hour. This is as mandated by SEBI circular on circuit filters. However, without the halt, NSE resumed trading at 1005 hours. This by not following SEBI circular, NSE had violated the norms on circuit filters.

NSE informed SEBI that the decision to reopen the cash market after a halt of 10 minutes was taken by the Exchange as F&O markets and other markets were functioning normally and the fall was apparently on account of freak orders from a particular member.
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