Natural Language Processing: An Inside Look at How NLP is Used in the Capital Markets

January 17, 2017

Waters examines how natural language processing and natural language generation tools are being used on Wall Street

On Tuesday, December 20, 2016, Linde, a German supplier of industrial-gas products, announced that it was entering into a "merger of equals" with US competitor Praxair in a deal valued at $35 billion. The pairing had been talked about for months. The market reacted by dropping Linde's stock price from 162.15 to a low of 156.00, and Praxair's from 122.32 to 116.47.

But a subscriber of Bloomberg's Professional service was able to dig deeper. Using the terminal's "tren" function ─ short(er) for

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