Stock Exchanges Propose Fix to Prevent Another Wild Session

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  • NYSE, Nasdaq and Bats propose tweaks to how trading halts work
  • ‘This is unprecedented collaboration,’ Bats official says

The major operators of U.S. stock exchanges agreed on a set of rule changes to make their markets more resilient, an attempt to prevent a repeat of a wild trading session in August 2015.

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