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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Bond trading stopped in Japan for two hours because of a computer systems glitch

Jayanth Varma and I have previously written about the systemic risk aspects of computer security [link] [link]. Today, there is story in the New York Times about a computer systems problem owing to which bond trading in Japan stopped for two hours. Add this one to the list of computer disasters that have affected finance.

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