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breaks it is so confusing even Wrobel all getting muddled the five trillion dollars a day global currency markets increasingly depends on machine driven trading , but breaks it has the news reading algorithms or out those old befuddled Detroit is marking said it's a Michael Dolan explains a small but growing part of about world is increasingly about machines reading news %HESITATION that's about ten percent we would reckon all of the %HESITATION of the I'll go world in a fax %HESITATION and this is the area that's getting bamboozled by rex the first public rex is the sheer scale of headlines that are being delivered %HESITATION at Reuters loanwords living somewhere in the region of four hundred headlines day on brexit at where is U. K. politics might have gotten twenty or thirty before the referendum twenty sixteen so it's a blizzard of headlines very difficult for missing three the second thing is the variety of voices that are speaking to this %HESITATION these are names that would never have had market moving ability before this of your programming a machine to try and interpret from key policy makers and the chancellor to the prime minister or the bank of England now we're having people like the speaker of the house largely a ceremonial position today to