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Sterling mayhem gives glimpse into future

A flash crash saw the pound briefly plunge below $1.20 in Asia. Ultra-thin liquidity, computer-driven selling, and maybe even an erroneous "fat finger" trade might explain the speed of the slide. But there is nothing unbelievable about the levels to which sterling fell.
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