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Trading to Resume on Moscow Stock Exchange

Lunch time at the Moscow Stock Exchange.

Trading will begin again on the Moscow Stock Exchange at 5:50 p.m. after stopping abruptly on Wednesday afternoon, the stock exchange said in a statement.

Trading stopped at approximately 3:56 p.m. in Moscow, according to Interfax.

The stock exchange said in an earlier statement that the reasons for the interruption are being investigated.

Trading was similarly stopped on July 11 when the stock exchange discovered an error in the system for disseminating information during transactions, according to a statement released at that time. Trading kicked off again less than an hour later.

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