CME Group resumes trading following tech glitch

CME Group (NASDAQ:CME) delayed the start of trade on its electronic platform by four hours this morning, halting the sale of all contracts on its Globex Markets platform, apart from Bursa Malaysia derivatives, due to a technical glitch.

Traders in Asia say the delay will only have a limited impact, with thin volumes likely this morning due to the lack of major market-moving news over the weekend.

The delay marks the latest glitch to hit CME, which shut electronic trade for leading agricultural contracts on April 8 in the worst-ever trading outage for those markets.

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