A week of headline hullabaloo: TGIF

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A week of headline hullabaloo: TGIF Headline nonsense The advent of headline reading robots is changing the marketplace and likely causing capital market traders to react first and check later (fact-finding) for fear of missing out. So with the volumes of spurious headlines over the last 24-48 hours, the challenges now facing traders in the […]

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