A plum market has crashed, leaving the market in its dust.
But the market is back up, with prices up as much as 12 percent, according to the market operator.
A market is an open market that is not regulated by government, and can be closed or moved.
The federal government does regulate the market, but it is a highly secretive and difficult to navigate process.
The market was closed to all but government employees and those with a business or government contract on Sunday.
The markets website crashed early Monday morning and has since been inaccessible.
The website was inaccessible for a time Monday, and only the last few transactions on the market were available to the public.
The markets website showed a new surge in market orders in recent days.
Prices jumped from $20.35 to $22.50 on Monday, the price for a plum in March.