NEW YORK, June 22 (Reuters) - An analysis of 30 stocks that likely have greater high-frequency trading volume than the overall market has shown that volatility in these stocks is also considerably higher. Over the past 30 days, the SPY exchange-traded fund, a popular tracker for the S&P 500 Index , has shown historical volatility of 29.6 percent. That compares with around 45 percent for the the stocks dubbed the "HFT 30," according to the list's compilers, BNY ConvergEx Group. ...
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