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Well, this is rather peculiar. The Nasdaq stock market — the entire Nasdaq, which lists major tech firms such as Apple and Facebook — has temporarily suspended all trading due to a technical issue. The exchange sent an alert to traders at 12:14PM ET today announcing that it was halting all trading “until further notice,” according to a New York Times report. Reuters is reporting that Nasdaq will reopen trading soon, but with a 5-minute quote period. The market will not be canceling open orders, however, so firms that don’t want their orders processed once everything’s up and running should cancel their orders manually now. It’s not entirely clear what caused the issue, or how and when it will be resolved, but you better believe it’s causing some commotion on Wall Street, and could impact traders for days and months to come.
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You know, it makes sense — an app for the one percent, tailor-made for a $1,500 headset. Fidelity’s Market Monitor app for Google Glass might just be the most impressive program to debut for the device, particularly considering the class of individual who would take advantage. In the trading world, missing an alert or notification by even three seconds could be the difference between million and millions, with this app enabling Fidelity customers to request real-time stock quotes and receive alerts dealing with companies in their portfolio. In a concept video describing what’s possible (embedded just after the break), we even see a wearer snap a photo of a Google logo, and the app translates the photo into a stock quote for GOOG.
We’re guessing that it’s only a matter of time before every other financial institution follows suit, which will likely lead to each and every CNBC anchor wearing a set whilst on air. Also, we’re hearing from a “reliable source” that both Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf will be joined by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Wall Street: Glass on Glass on Glass.
As of Monday, July 15th, Tesla Motors will be included in the Nasdaq 100, a list of the largest non-financial stocks on Nasdaq’s index. A spot in that elite group opened up when Oracle announced that it would be moving to the New York Stock Exchange, making it inelegible for inclusion on Nasdaq. The news seemed to please shareholders, and at the time of this writing, Tesla’s stock had surged ahead nearly 2 percent. The company’s entry into the Nasdaq 100 is a sure sign that its forward trajectory is nigh unstoppable — at least for now. With an overall stock gain of nearly 260 percent in 2013, Tesla Motors just keeps on truckin’.
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Source: Tesla Motors