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Bloomberg: Why Energy Traders Got the Eclipse So Wrong

August 23,2017



Bloomberg published a story looking at how human behavior that wasn't anticipated by traders (or their AI and algorithms) during the solar eclipse led to a decrease in demand, which softened expected price spikes forecast by some traders.

See Bloomberg's story here

See also: Philly.com: The eclipse distracted multitudes from their desks, and power demand plunged

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