One Japanese Company Lost $225,000,000 Because of a Misprint
One Japanese Company, Mizuho Securities chose to sell one portion of the organization for ¥610,000 which is generally $5,000. Be that as it may, a stockbroker on Tokyo Stock Exchange made a grammatical error and sold 610,000 offers for ¥1. The organization attempted to make that right, in any case, the arrangement has been marked and nobody could effectively fix it. They lost over $225,000,000.