ICE Futures Canada trade resumes after outage

Trade at the ICE Futures Canada platform is
scheduled to resume at 1 p.m. CDT.

Steve Teller, manager of the regulatory division of ICE Futures Canada (formerly known as the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange), said the ICE Futures Canada trading platform will close at its normal time Thursday.

Activity at the ICE trading platform came to a halt at
around 9:30 a.m. CDT Thursday.

The shutdown of ICE’s general trading platform was linked
to an emergency power shutdown at ICE’s primary data server in
Chicago, an ICE spokeswoman based in Atlanta said earlier
Thursday. ICE is currently working to address the problem, she
said.

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