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Principal problem

7 March 2003 By Chris Hughes

Lower trading volumes amid political uncertainty are the obvious explanation for a spate of recent profit warnings from US market makers. But investors are also squeezing trading costs through greater use of programme trades, while hedge funds are in retreat. But investors are also squeezing trading costs through greater use of programme trades. That is making life harder for investment banks too.

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