September 1, 2015 | 3:10 p.m.
By Lauren Pareigat '08, Communications Specialist, College of Arts & Sciences
In early July, a technical problem caused a three-and-half-hour halt in trading on the New York Stock Exchange. A viewer submitted a question to Twin Cities news station WCCO asking, “Who gets to decide to halt trading?” In the regular segment “Good Question,” the station asked Bethel Associate Professor of Business Chuck Hannema for some expert input. Watch the segment and read the article on WCCO's website.
Recently, the stock markets underwent a “correction,” which prompted another viewer to ask WCCO what a correction is and what it means for the markets. The station again turned to Hannema to provide clarity on the situation. Watch the segment and read the article on WCCO's website.