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4 October 2010 By Richard Beales

There’s no real blame. Preexisting jitters and one large trade, overlaid with computerized trading and data glitches, led U.S. stock market liquidity to dry up briefly on May 6. Some fixes are possible. But the broader lesson is that markets will always have tipping points.

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