The new prices triggered halts in numerous stocks in after-hours trading. "Any data messages received post 5:16 PM should be deemed as test data and purged from direct data recipient's databases".
Qatar responds to Arab bloc demands after 48-hour extension
The dispute between Qatar and Arab countries is the latest chapter in the rift that goes back to the 2011 Arab Spring. On 5 June, Saudi Arabia , Bahrain, Egypt , the UAE, Yemen and the Maldives break diplomatic relations with Qatar .
The Nasdaq figures were, we're told, not reflected in actual trading, only in the publicly listed prices, so no one lost any money.
Third-party data providers pushed the wrong prices after the early market close, as the exchange operator was testing its pricing data feed. This data was then picked up by third parties - Yahoo Finance, Google Finance, Bloomberg, CNNMoney, etc. - and was briefly allowed to propagate before all share prices returned to normal.
China, Germany to step up global leadership at G-20
The protest Sunday was one of 30 planned in the German city in anticipation of the two-day summit, which begins Friday. On Monday, Trump said of his call with King Salman, "Interesting things are happening!" but did not elaborate.
Several US media outlets said Bloomberg terminals, along with the Google Finance and Yahoo Finance portals were affected by the glitch.
The test data is sent daily, he said.
Nasdaq, the world's second largest stock exchange, said in a statement it was investigating the improper use of test data distributed by third parties. The company blamed third-party data providers.
Trumps Spend $5 Million Less Than Obamas On White House Salaries
On Friday, White House released its annual report to Congress detailing the names, statuses and salaries of 377 employees. Women working in Donald Trump's White House earn 20% less than their male colleagues, according to new analysis.
A Nasdaq glitch caused a number of major trading platforms to display Alphabet's share value as $123.47, some 86% below its true value at the time.