Rise of algorithmic trading creates new risk issues

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Dealers, encouraged by regulatory reform and technology upgrades by exchanges in markets such as Japan and Australia, are planning for a predicted explosion of algorithmic trading in the region. As a result, major investment banks in Asia have embarked on an aggressive hiring spree to attract the talent they need to build state-of-the-art electronic trading capabilities during the past 12 months.

The reason is that institutional investors are warming to electronic connectivity such as direct

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