Wars and viruses: Are robots less prone to panic?

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Wars and viruses: Are robots less prone to panic?

Global turmoil barely ruffles algorithm-backed markets.

Widely blamed for volatile "flash crashes" in currencies and equities, high-frequency algorithms may also be why shock global events, including the current coronavirus, seem to have lost their power to spook markets for any length of time. Whether stocks, bonds, currencies or commodities, asset ...

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