Stocks moved lower Tuesday as the 10-year Treasury yield hit 3%. 

David Gurle, founder and CEO of Symphony, the widely used Wall Street messaging and data platform backed by Goldman Sachs (GS) and BlackRock (BLK) , notices increased user activity on the service during times of volatility. 

In 2017, Gurle saw less activity within the Symphony messaging platform as stock market volatility hit a 50 year low. 

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