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There’s news and there’s news

Two recent posts included the word “news”, but in different senses. Events “News” in the sense of reports on events was discussed in “News analytics”.  We can think of this as an approximation to objective reality. Market moves The post “Volatility estimation and time-adjusted returns” used “news” in the sense of “that which moves market … Continue reading

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News analytics

Last week was the news analytics workshop at Birkbeck College. The idea There is room in news analytics for a large range of approaches.  The leading model runs along the lines of: something happens a journalist (possibly a machine) creates a news item the news item is captured, time-stamped and given an id the news … Continue reading

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