Figure 3 : Occurrences of the 25 most frequent entities in each of the semantic partitions.

From: Cohesiveness in Financial News and its Relation to Market Volatility

Figure 3

The most frequent entities are the ones that define the geographic regions that correspond to the world's leading financial markets: United States, China, Europe, United Kingdom, London, Japan, and Germany. We thus concentrate our further analysis on the financial indicators that correspond to the aforementioned markets. Considering the frequency of the term United States, it is no surprise that the majority of other frequent entities, from companies to instruments, are also tied to the US financial market and related terminology.