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14 February 2012 By Chris Hughes

It’s hardly a surprise that World Cup soccer matches disrupted trading in financial markets. But if liquidity were as important as some fetishists claim, it wouldn’t have taken an ad-hoc ECB study to show what happened. The result should trouble opponents of transaction taxes.

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