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computer-driven

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  • Regulators investigating the causes of the May 6 "flash crash" singled out a Midwestern mutual-fund company's computer-driven trade as the catalyst that sent a shaky market into an unprecedented tailspin.

    Flash Crash Is Pinned on One Trade

  • S&P grades ETFs based on a blend of 10 criteria, including a tally of its equity analysts' opinions about each of an ETF's stock holdings; a separate tally of its credit analysts' opinions about those companies' financial health; and computer-driven measures such as scores tied to earnings and dividend growth.

    Information, Please

  • The heavy losses suffered through the financial crisis, the May 6 flash crash and rise of computer-driven trading have only exacerbated investor fears.

    Trading Volumes Sink Even as Stocks Rally

  • A pioneer in computer-driven investing, the firm in recent years expanded into other areas, such as real estate and private equity.

    Business Watch

  • Regulators investigating the May 6 "flash crash" in U.S. stocks singled out a computer-driven trade by a Midwestern mutual-fund company.

    What's News

  • In the meantime, however, computer-driven stock price volatility is the new reality -- and retail investors who lack the technological edge to keep up in this automated trading arms race may soon find themselves left behind.

    Automated Trading Leaving Retail Investors In The Dust

  • I would ban high speed trading--the automated, computer-driven trading of large volumes of financial assets in a short timeframe--by introducing lags in the trading process or increasing capital requirements or both.

    Michael Spence: Observations on the Evolution of Economic Policies

  • I would ban high speed trading--the automated, computer-driven trading of large volumes of financial assets in a short timeframe--by introducing lags in the trading process or increasing capital requirements or both.

    Michael Spence: Observations on the Evolution of Economic Policies

  • The planned debut of the C2 Exchange finds parent CBOE Holdings Inc. seeking a delicate balance between luring new computer-driven customers and the need to appease longstanding pit traders — all while bolstering its own bottom line.

    As CBOE Goes Electronic, Voices Rise From the Floor

  • *** Markets Regulators investigating the causes of the May 6 "flash crash" singled out a Midwestern mutual-fund company's computer-driven trade as the catalyst that sent a shaky market into an unprecedented tailspin.

    Business Watch

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