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Because of the indefinite halt to trading Russian securities in March last year, I want to understand this kind of risk better.

  1. Of the various non government entities like stockbroker, stock exchange, clearing house, etc, how much legal discretion do they have to indefinitely halt trading of securities?
  2. In the case of Russia last year, was the primary cause of the halt due to US government sanctions, and the non government entities basically had no choice?
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  • Assuming trading eventually resumes, you may have only opportunity costs...
    – keshlam
    Feb 27 at 22:39

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