Trader stress hormones "may exacerbate financial market crises"
LONDON, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Financial markets may be more vulnerable to traders' stress levels than previously thought, according to a scientific study which found that high levels of the stress hormone cortisol can induce risk aversion. The findings ...
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