Trade execution and market data on the ASX is currently frozen.
Market participants said they have not been able to execute trades from about 10.24 am this morning.
The ASX says “it is currently investigating a market data issue, and that all trading would be paused while it worked to rectify the issue.”
The ASX equity market is currently paused and there is no trading while we investigate market data issues. ASX apologises for the disruption and is working to rectify the issue as soon as possible.
— ASX 🏛 The heart of Australia’s financial markets (@ASX) November 15, 2020
The market remains in an enquire state, with no trading orders able to be entered, amended or cancelled.
Note that the ASX Trade Refresh went live this morning after migration activities on Saturday.
More to come.
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