I have noticed and discussed these events in the past, and strongly suggest that no one dismisses them as a "bad print" or a "glitch".
Several months ago, when the U S dollar was in the low "70's", a "glitch" as it was called occurred during morning futures trading, and trades on the dollar were halted because there was a large volume of contracts trading near "80". Well, sure enough, the dollar did in fact "fill that gap" over the next few weeks and traded higher.
A few weeks ago the "VIX" encountered a similar anomaly where it traded in the "16" range, but quickly returned to it's tight trading range near "20". A short news article claimed this was an error, but nonetheless, the VIX reached those levels TODAY... those same levels that were dismissed by the media and a subsequent article as "bad data".
Now we see the S&P momentarily trading in the "1050" range, so DO NOT BE SURPRISED if in the VERY NEAR FUTURE that "gap is filled". Of course the "bought and paid for" media will dismiss this action, but the important question is, "will you"? My eyes will be WIDE OPEN. Below is my original post on the subject.