The news this week that the US government has failed to prosecute another FX trader is yet another indication of both the eagerness of the authorities there to have a “head” to represent the general misconduct of bankers, as well as those same authorities’ lack of understanding as to how the FX market works. In this case, as well as that of Mark Johnson, there is more than enough evidence to indicate the “customer” knew perfectly well how the FX market operates and therefore were most definitely not “victims”.
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Saxo Bank will launch a new order driven
execution model for FX products and CFDs on commodities and indices in
The key difference in the new order type is
that it will add Saxo’s own liquidity to the …