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CNBC Money Markets – A CNBC Money market that went to $88.00 in New York on Tuesday is going to be gone soon.
This was announced by the stock exchange as CNBC Markets announced that it will not be trading.
The stock market in New Jersey went down to $89.00 on Tuesday.
The market went into a tailspin in the morning of Tuesday.
It dropped by more than half of a percent.
The market closed at $87.50, with the NYSE at $88, up from $87 on Tuesday, and $88 on Tuesday afternoon.
The NYSE was trading at $86.30 at 11:15 a.m.
“We have made a number of changes to our trading model and operations to ensure that we remain the safest and most secure place for investors and traders in the market,” the exchange said in a statement.
CNBC Markets was a part of the New York Stock Exchange until December 2017.
This is the first time that CNBC Markets has been listed in the New Jersey stock market since March, according to CNBC’s website.
There is no word yet on when the market will return to its original value.
UPDATE: CNBC Markets is now listed on the NYSEX.