A New World Order

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When the irresistible force of the robo-trader meets the immovable object of human fear, the survival instinct often wins. While this may be true, technology is fighting back as traders seek more efficiency and risk management while regulators push for on-exchange over-the-counter (OTC) trading.

Before the current economic crisis, electronic algorithms were steadily increasing their market share to about 50 percent of the volume traded by the larger asset managers, says Anthony Kirby of the

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