NYSE, two other exchanges owned by Atlanta’s Intercontinental Exchange fined $14 million

The New York Stock Exchange and two affiliated exchanges owned by Atlanta-based Intercontinental Exchange Inc. (NYSE: ICE) were fined $14 million on Tuesday by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for several market disruptions.

In an announcement, the SEC said it charged the NYSE, NYSE Arca and NYSE American based on five separate investigations. Two of the exchanges were charged with violating rules for business continuity and disaster recovery requirement. In one related event on July…

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