Within the UK’s FX Joint Standing Committee (JSC) report on FX turnover, the data on execution styles suggests a return to trend on the part of the channels through which participants are trading. The last two reports from the UK have been notable for a significant surge in spot business executed via the voice channel, […]
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One of the problems with being associated with a subject for several years is that you can feel the issue and the debate is getting a little tired just when a lot of other people start getting involved. I feel this way about last look, but rather than bang on about it yet again I thought it might be worthwhile looking at how the industry got itself into this mess in the first place – and, possibly, how it can avert further damage.
Profit & Loss’s Scandinavia conference was a great success which once again provided some really good discussions over a range of issues from regulation and conduct, through macro-economics, to intelligent execution and liquidity.
I would love at this point to provide you all with a cutting edge analysis of some of the key themes but I am afraid the event was over-shadowed by one discovery, which was clearly the creation of a local market expert and genuinely in one of the funniest things I have seen in FX circles for quite a while