Ayer hubo Crash en el Dow, al principio el mundo blog hablo de ordenes abultadas debido a “dedos gordos”
Here’s what I am hearing. There was a “fat finger” that caused someone to execute a large order for PG, a Dow component at a price in the high 30s when it was trading above 60. Another word out is that someone entered a $16 BILLION trade instead of a $16 million trade – talk about fat fingers. This triggered a lot of stop loss orders in Dow Futures and caused a cascade of losses that at one point reached more than 1000 points on the Dow.
Here’s the COO of NYSE Euronext speaking to Bloomberg:
May 6 (Bloomberg) — Computerized trades sent to electronic networks turned an orderly stock market decline into a rout, according to Larry Leibowitz, the chief operating officer of NYSE Euronext. Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. canceled trades in 286 securities that rose or fell 60 percent or more.
While the first half of the Dow Jones Industrial Average’s 998.5-point intraday plunge probably reflected normal trading, the selloff snowballed because of orders sent to venues with no investors willing to match them, Leibowitz said in an interview on Bloomberg Television.
“If you look at the charts you can see fairly clearly where the trades came in,” he said from New York. “It’s that V-shaped drop where it came down and snapped right back up. You had some very high-cap stocks trading down 50 percent or large percentages in a split-instant because there really was no liquidity in electronic markets.”
Quien mejor para pegarle a los bots que Zero Hedge (Audio Incluido)
“Guys this is probably the craziest I have seen it down here ever.” Here it is, memorialized for the generations and away from the now openly ridiculous disinformation propaganda of the mainstream media, just what a full market meltdown panic sounds like: straight from the epicenter, the S&P 500 pits. Luckily open ouctry still exists, if at least for shock value. Click here for a first hand account of the most shocking 15 minutes in recent market history. Fat finger my ass.
Por ultimo, FT Alphaville postea: una declaración de NASDAQ desligándose de lo ocurrido; y una lista con las acciones afectadas.
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