April 23 (Bloomberg) -- Trading continued on the New Zealand stock exchange after some traders were left without access to live prices and market announcements for about two hours due to a technical problem at NZX Ltd.
The market depth feed is now operating as normal, NZX, the operator of the country’s stock exchange said in a statement. Earlier NZX said it was unable to provide market announcements or price information to the wider market. The cause of the incident is being investigated, the exchange said in a statement. Trading proceeded during the disruption.
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