The early morning trading flareup with shares of Kraft Foods Group (KRFT +2.8%) has been...


The early morning trading flareup with shares of Kraft Foods Group (KRFT +2.8%) has been resolved with minimal damage, according to Nasdaq. Though the number of investors involved in the flap was low, with KRFT firmly on the Street's radar in its first week of public trading it brings trading glitches back into focus. In that vein, yesterday Mark Cuban passionately pitched the case (video) that a "kill switch" won't be enough to fix a major trading meltdown in the future.
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  • Larry Smith
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    Nasdaq sure does seem to have more than its share of problems. Lucky for me i am still waiting for them to confirm my "at market" facebook order I placed the day of the IPO ;-)
    3 Oct 2012, 11:57 AM Reply Like
  • Ted Bear
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    Resolved?

     

    Really!

     

    Whew.....i was afraid this might happen again, with 500 names, on the sell side.
    3 Oct 2012, 12:07 PM Reply Like
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