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Measures put in place by the major stock and derivatives exchanges to prevent very large market movements; for example, suspending trading on a particular market when certain extreme price fluctuations take place. These provisions were first instituted after the major stock market crash on Black Monday 1987.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.


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