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CME says ‘sorry’ for dummy orders:

CME Group, the world’s biggest futures exchange, has said it is “deeply sorry” for mistakenly placing 30,000 fake orders it generated as part of a quality assurance test on its active energy and metals markets on Monday.

You know how easy that is to do, don’t you? Set a web configuration file wrong, put the wrong IP address in somewhere, and bam! your company loses $100,000. But your test passes!

Man, this is why I dealing with money or people’s safety in QA gives me fits. Therefore but the grace of luck go I.

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