From WSJ: Trading on the Chicago Board Options Exchange resumed normally Friday in the wake of a software glitch that delayed business for more than three hours Thursday and left U.S. markets without crucial hedging tools.
stock-options exchange by volume experienced an early problem, as one series of
options contracts was briefly halted by what CBOE called a "system
issue," but traders said this was a common occurrence and didn't cause
"So far, we aren't noticing anything out of line," said Joe Bell, senior equity analyst with Schaeffer's Investment Research Inc., which advises investors on option-trading strategies…