Cyprus stock exchange suspends trade Tuesday, Wednesday
March 19 (Reuters) - Cyprus's Stock Exchange said it would suspend trade on Tuesday and Wednesday while banks on the island remained shut pending the imposition of a levy on deposits in return for an international bailout.
The decision was taken to ensure the smooth functioning of the exchange and to protect investors, the Stock Exchange said in a statement.
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