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How do markets “factor in” a future event?

I was reading an article in the The Economist about interest rates being set by the Bank of England. Regarding a potential future rise in interest rates set by the bank, the article said: Markets ...
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Why does a stock's price fluctuate so often, even when fresh news isn't available?

I get it that the price of a stock goes up and down as fresh news is released, positive or negative. However, fresh news is released only at certain times while the price of a stock changes (by ...