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7 May 2010 By Nicholas Paisner

The finger is pointing at computerdriven trading after Thursday’s brief 9 pct dive in U.S. stocks. So much for the lessons of Black Monday two decades ago, when automatic trading exacerbated panic selling, and for claims that highly automated markets smooth volatility.

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