Stock Exchanges Propose Fix to Prevent Another Wild SessionBy
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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