::Trading curb


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A trading curb, also known as a circuit breaker, is a point at which a stock market will stop trading for a period of time in response to substantial drops in value. There is no circuit breaker mechanism on the upside which would prevent speculative gains, therefore the trading curb is a form of institutionalized bubble bias.<ref>[1] Design of Financial Market Regulations against Large Price Fluctuations Using by Artificial Market Simulations</ref>

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