TOKYO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) and
its parent Japan Exchange Group will submit a report to
their regulator on Friday on a trading outage that paralysed the
world's third-largest bourse earlier this month, the Nikkei
business daily reported.
A system failure halted trading at the TSE all day on Oct.
1, the worst outage since the start of electronic broking in
1999, following a hardware problem and subsequent failure to
switch to a back-up.
To prevent future trading halts, the TSE says it will come
up with procedures to resume trading following system trouble
and set up a consultation body with brokerages to discuss
necessary measures, the Nikkei reported.
(Reporting by Hideyuki Sano; editing by Richard Pullin)