Computer glitch halts Mumbai bourse
Trading on the Bombay Stock Exchange was temporarily suspended on Monday as computer glitches hit the high-performing bourse, officials said.
The exchange said in an emailed statement that business was suspended from 12:00 pm because of "technical problems faced by trading members in trade confirmation."
It had been due to reopen at 1:00 pm but that was put back to 2:30pm, the market said on its website.
When it reopened, the the benchmark 30-share Sensex was at 20,382.66, up 350.32 points, or 1.75 percent, from Friday's close.
Shares are at three-year highs, with foreign investors piling into the Indian market as they chase high returns from the fast-expanding economy.