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A new currency trading algorithm developed by a Dutch investor threatens to wrest away millions of euros of fees from investment banks if it gains traction in the pension industry.
MN Investment Management, which developed the program and has been using it since the second quarter, wants to share the technology and pool its data with pension funds, as well as jointly develop an algo trading tool.


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