In the FICC of It

Remember to download and subscribe to In the FICC of It at the Apple iTunes store and this week you can enjoy Colin Lambert and Galen Stops stepping into tricky territory by discussing actual economic things! As always seems to be the case Lambert is mystified by a US government decision, while Stops suddenly has […]
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In the FICC of it

The first thing to note is that the In the FICC of it podcast now available in the iTunes Store, so it will be even easier for you to get your weekly fix of our editors, Colin Lambert and Galen Stops, ranting and rambling about all the latest and greatest news in the FX industry each week! […]
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In the FICC of It

In this week’s podcast Colin Lambert attempts to answer Galen Stops’ question, why are some banks fined more than others for what appears to be the same conduct? Stops then attempts to answer a long list of questions from Lambert on the “digital asset” world, and also shares some of his observations from a big […]
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In the FICC of It

In this week’s podcast P&L’s editor Galen Stops is in ebullient mood as trend followers return to profitability and he is quick to let P&L’s managing editor Colin Lambert – who predicted the death of trend following last year you may recall – know this fact. As well the expected bluster and refusal to change […]
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In the FICC of It

In this week’s podcast Profit & Loss managing editor, Colin Lambert, and editor, Galen Stops, open by discussing the news of some senior staff departing from EBS in the wake of its acquisition by CME Group, which in turn causes the pair to compare and contrast the different approaches and FX businesses of the Chicago-based […]
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In the FICC of It

After a week-long absence Profit & Loss‘ managing editor, Colin Lambert, and editor, Galen Stops, are back on the airwaves to discuss some of the most eye-catching items in the news recently. They begin with some reader feedback from stories published last week. Firstly, a story about the attempt by a futures exchange to introduce […]
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In the FICC of It Special

Ahead of the unveiling of the 2019 Digital FX Awards for bank single dealer platforms tonight, Colin Lambert, managing editor of Profit & Loss, sat down with John Ashworth, CEO of Caplin Systems, for a special In the FICC of It podcast, sponsored by Caplin Systems. In this special our two podcasters looks at the […]
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In the FICC of It

Given they predicted just such a move almost a year ago there is no surprise from Colin Lambert and Galen Stops in this week’s podcast over the announcement that Deutsche Boerse is in talks with Refinitiv to buy some or all of its FX assets. So far, so straightforward – however this is In the […]
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In the FICC of it

This week's podcast opens with Galen Stops gloating over Colin Lambert because CTAs - and in particular ones using trend following strategies - are (finally!) producing some positive returns. One swallow doesn't make a summer, argues Lambert, but Stops is convinced that this is the beginning of an upswing for these hedge funds. This leads into a more serious discussion about some the challenges facing CTAs when their trend following models aren't working. For example, do they alter their models to improve returns at the risk of diluting their potency as a diversifier within investors' portfolios?
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In the FICC of it

Following on from Profit & Loss' recent Forex Network New York event, Galen Stops gives picks out a few key themes from each panel session for discussion with Colin Lambert.On the trading side, they talk about whether there is such thing as "the wrong kind of volatility", Stops says that panellist responses to a Brexit question perfectly sums up the confusion around recent political events in the UK and they question whether the industry has become so good at trading FX that it's effectively killed market.Looking at trends around credit intermedation, Stops reveals that there is an emerging debate about whether more buy side firms will gravitate towards the FXPB or centrally cleared model and the pair discuss why it might be inevitable that market participants will pay more for PB services in the future.
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