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It's Not the Speed; It's What You Do With It That Counts

For more than a decade, the capital markets have been obsessed with latency─the time taken to move data from point A to point B. Initially, traders realized that if they could get access to data faster than their rivals, they could respond faster, and execute trades while others were still waiting to see a price.

This realization sparked the development of algorithmic trading engines that could

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