"The technical team of NSE is looking into the issue", the exchange said in a statement.
National Stock Exchange was under fire on Monday for halting trading for three hours in the morning due to a technical snag. Despite the disruptions, the bourse has said that all executed trades in cash and F&O segments remain valid. Elsewhere across the continent, one other stock exchange too went through something similar and halted trading.
Earlier, some technical glitch due to unknown cause at the NSE disrupted trade on its platform for more than 3 hours and the trading resumed at 12:30 pm in the afternoon.
Even as the BSE touched its all-time high 31,510.62 points on Monday July 10, 2017 a major technical glitch hit India's largest stock exchange - NSE.
NSE Cash Market segment pre-opened at 11:00 am, however, cash and futures & options segments markets, which was scheduled for an 11:15 am opening, didn't.More news: Kyle Edmund bids to join four other Britons in Wimbledon third round
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"On preliminary analysis, the technical problem apparently is related to software".
A BSE spokesperson said the exchange is not facing any problems. The system was expected to be rectified quickly and shifting to a BCP (business continuity plan) site would have taken a longer time, added the source.
Finance Ministry also sought a report from the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) regarding the glitch. The matter has also been referred to the Standing Committee on Technology to review the problem and approve measures to prevent recurrence of such glitches.
"We have a target of 32,000 for the Sensex by the end of the year, and probably, we could end breaching the level", said Rajen Shah, Chief Investment Adviser, Tradebulls.