Week InReview: July 6, 2018

Too hot to trade. As the U.S. northeast sizzled, time became unhinged.

"High humidity is impeding radio transmissions Tuesday among three New Jersey data centers where U.S. stocks trade, according to a note Nasdaq Inc. sent customers. It's taking about 8 microseconds longer to send information from Nasdaq's facility in Carteret to the New York Stock Exchange data center in Mahwah, and an extra 2 microseconds to send data to Cboe Global Markets Inc.'s exchange in Secaucus."

This heat wave's so bad it's even slowing down U.S. stock trades

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