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That's the lowest annual level since 2014, and follows two straight years where there were at least 10 outliers, according to the data compiled by Bloomberg as of Dec. 21 .All but one of the seven outliers were currencies, if bitcoin is classed as such. The study identified assets with z-scores of 2.326 or more – with a 1 percent probability of occurring – as high-volatility outliers.The riyal and soum, like the other currencies atop the list, are relatively thinly traded.For all of the concerns regarding bitcoin's tulip-bubble-like price surge this year, the cryptocurrency only comes in sixth on the volatility scale among currencies.
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