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NORWAY'S US$890 billion fund, which considers high-frequency trading (HFT) a scourge in global financial markets, is taking steps to avoid the practice as it spreads in Asia.
The fund, which owns about 1.3 per cent of the world's equities, has already started to cut back on...
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