Financial Network Analytics
Financial markets today are highly technologically, interconnected infrastructures. From the individual trades on markets, to financial and monetary policy, the value both individual stocks and entire economies can be radically changed by small market indicators which affect markets on increasingly short timescales. In order to understand the dynamics of such market infrastructure, multiple types of analysis must be employed to inter-relate short timescale events to macroscopic market events.
Edited by: Robert Bonneau
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