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An Introduction to High-Frequency Finance book

An Introduction to High-Frequency Finance book

An Introduction to High-Frequency Finance. Dacorogna

An Introduction to High-Frequency Finance
ISBN: 0122796713,9780122796715 | 407 pages | 11 Mb

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An Introduction to High-Frequency Finance Dacorogna
Publisher: Academic Press

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