World War II Technology Used For HFT, Small English Town DiscoversMark Melin
Dunkirk is a small village laced with typical English charm that is just now waking up to the technical revolution in high speed trading. Located 57 miles east of London close to the English Channel, in-between Faversham and Canterbury parish in southeast England, it is an odd place for stock trading to emerge as a contentious issue, but that is the case.
A rather obtuse 360 foot metal tower that stands out amidst the picturesque scenery, used as a radar tower during World . . .
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