When a virtual conclusion is not quite enough

Financial Times reported that, Sir, Leo Melamed (“Protect HFT cheetahs from regulatory poachers”, January 4) writes that high-frequency traders – known as market cheetahs – provide a vital service and chides critics for wanting to cage them. Mr Melamed claims that “studies devoted to the ‘flash crash’ of May 6 2010 have reached virtually the same conclusion: HFT was not to blame”.

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