A technical glitch brought down the shares of Apple, Microsoft and Amazon
Monday, July 3, at about 6.30 PM on the American stock exchange Nasdaq was a glitch, which twice hit the shares of leading companies-manufacturers of equipment and software developers.
Among the victims were Apple, Amazon and Microsoft, whose shares are to be valued at $123,47.
Fortunately for the victims, the real value of the shares has not changed – due to a technical error the data will not be displayed correctly only on a Bulletin Board and was published on sites that automatically “picks up” the updated data from server trade exchange.
At the time of the error trading on the stock exchange was not conducted because Nasdaq was closed on the eve of the independence Day of USA.
Recall that recently we told you that Amazon plans to buy the supermarket chain Whole Foods for $13.7 billion.