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The NYSE will go fully electronic on Monday.

Trading floors in New York and San Francisco will temporarily close in response to coronavirus.


The decision comes after a worker at the NYSE reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus. "Our markets are fully capable of operating in an all-electronic fashion," NYSE President Stacey Cunningham said in a statement. "We continue to firmly believe the markets should remain open and accessible to investors."

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