By 10:30, morning trading ended, trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange was still suspended. Subsequently, the Tokyo Stock Exchange decided to suspend trading for the whole day. The Japanese exchange group said it would announce a timetable for the resumption of trading tomorrow and could not determine when the system would resume.
Japans chief cabinet secretary, yoshini Kato, said he was disappointed with the restrictions on trading opportunities and that the financial services agency had asked the Tokyo Stock Exchange to investigate the causes of the disruption.
According to statistics, Tokyo Stock Exchange is one of the exchanges with the most system failures in recent years. In the morning of October 9, 2018, due to the failure of the stock trading system, some securities companies such as SMBC Nikko Securities were unable to carry out trading. In the morning of February 2, 2012, Tokyo stock exchange system also had a failure, leading to Sony, Tokyo Electric Power and other 241 shares stopped trading.
On February 28 this year, the Toronto Stock Exchange, the worlds eighth largest stock exchange, also announced a suspension of stock trading due to technical problems.
More than 10000 employees of U.S. airlines will start to take leave. Source: Jin Shi data editor: Yang Bin_ NF4368