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High-frequency trading is the practice where automated systems search for minor differences in price of stocks that can be exploited for small financial gains. Executed often enough and with a high enough investment, they can lead to serious profits for the investment firms that have the wherewithal to run these systems. The systems trade with minimal human supervision, however, and have been blamed for a number of unusually violent swings that have taken place in the stock market.

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fLako & Brokenchord - Come Back As A Flower

Combining their unique sounds fLako (Project Mooncircle / Brownswood) and Brokenchord (Black Acre / Ticker Tape) managed to create a true spiritual and aural symbiosis. Come Back As A Flower unfolds positive and yet melancholic vibrations, while keeping your head moving back and forth. 

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After examining 18,000 online articles published by the Financial Times, The New York Times, and the BBC, scientists discovered that verbs and nouns used by financial commentators converge in a 'herd-like' fashion in the lead up to a stock market bubble. The findings show that trends in word use financial journalists correlate closely with changes in leading stock indices.

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