Tag: LP behaviour

LP behaviour

In the FICC of It

The is one subject on the agenda for this week’s podcast – the return of volatility to FX markets. Joining P&L’s managing editor Colin Lambert to discuss the issue are David Mercer, CEO of LMAX Group, and Joel Kruger, currency strategist at LMAX Exchange. After Kruger provides his view of current conditions in, and drivers […]

And Finally…

There are those in the FX world who believe the narrative of a return to bilateral, relationship-based trading was driven by a group of liquidity providers talking their book. Looking at the numbers in last week’s FX committee turnover surveys, specifically the spot e-trading statistics from the UK and US, I think it is fair to say that the cynicism is wrong, or the narrative is working, or both, because the last two years has seen a definitive shift in trading away from anonymous venues towards disclosed channels.

In the FICC of It

In this week’s In the FICC of It podcast, P&L’s editor Galen Stops tries to rein in a punchy managing editor Colin Lambert. So to find out what is a “social experiment” and what report “is a propaganda exercise” listen in. Along the way there will be more considered opinion and insight on the changing dynamic of the LP-client relationship, including a quick way to identify changing LP behaviour, as well as a look at what is, at face value, a surprising deal involving FXall and 360T.