Late start to NZX trading as derivatives market issue throws spanner in the works

Paul McBeth
Wed, 06 Nov 2019

Trading on NZX's debt and equity markets will have a late start after issues with an element of the derivatives market created wider systems issues.  The market would typically open at 10am, but that has been pushed out to 12.45pm for the main stock board and Fonterra shareholders' market and 12.30pm for the debt market, the stock market operator said in a statement. An update on the derivatives market would come once the other markets had opened.  NZX said it had resolved the problem with the derivatives market, and was working with its...
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