Month: August 2015

NSE Extends Fee Waiver for Currency Derivatives

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) in India has extended concessions on transaction charges for currency derivatives by two months till September 30. In March, the exchange lowered transaction charges for trading on its currency derivatives platform. These concessions, which were valid up to July 31, have now been extended for a further period of two […]

Chinese FX Regulator Paves the Way for Foreign Futures Trading

Foreign investors will now be allowed to transfer either foreign currency or yuan funds into China to trade in the country’s commodity futures markets. On Friday the country’s FX regulator announced that, starting August 1, 2015, foreign commodity futures trading or brokerage firms can open accounts in designated China-based banks for the purpose of trading […]

And Finally…

Just a quick note on an unusual event in foreign exchange markets tomorrow (Tuesday) in Sydney. For almost the first time, your correspondent will not be asking the questions at an event, but rather I will be delivering a speech on the challenges of the changing FX market structure. It has been quite an interesting […]