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Congratulations to Austin Gerig and Daniel Fricke for the coverage of their research, as highlighted in a 3-page comment by Mark Buchanan in Nature.
High-speed computerized trading, often called high-frequency trading, has increased dramatically in financial markets over the last decade. It currently accounts for half of all trading in US and European equity markets, and it is quickly growing in Asian, fixed income, commodity, foreign exchange, and nearly every other market.
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