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Futures trading on Chicago's CME/Globex exchange was suspended indefinitely Sunday following a technical glitch.
Any day orders will be canceled, as will any orders that have already been filled, Jerry Kukowski, a CME/Globex analyst with knowledge of the situation, told Business Insider
"Nothing traded tonight is going to stand," he said. "There was a little window, there were some fills — anything filled today will be basically busted."
He said the problem may be related to one of the exchange's trading engines but that the exchange was still working to identify the extent of the damage.
Once it has done so, CME management could either allow all trading to resume, or open up trading for markets not affected by the issue.
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Lotus: This email was sent to all AMP Global Clearing customers this evening. The timing is promising.
Due to technical issues, CME has halted trading on all Globex Markets with the exception of Bursa Malaysia Derivatives (BMD).
CME Global Command center representative, told us that any GTD orders placed during today's trading session pre-open will be canceled and will need to be replaced once the CME trading is re-opened. Once the market re-opens, please log in your trading platform and confirm your orders and positions.
As soon as we receive the official trading restart time from the CME, we will send out another notice to our customers.
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