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First, do no harm

19 May 2010 By Agnes Crane

The flash crash in U.S. stock markets scared regulators and stock exchanges. Revamping marketwide circuitbreakers makes sense, but putting narrow limits on individual stocks may be overkill. The goal should be to stop crashes, not interfere with legitimate trade.

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