A German word-of-the-day, usually from the week's news
In September 2013 Italy became the world’s first country to introduce a tax on high-frequency trading. Italy’s government now collects 0.02% on all trades that take place in less time than half a second.
(Nool comma nool tsvy prote CENT.)
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3 years ago
High-speed trading/Italy/Risk management/Subsecond services/Taxes/Time
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