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In the FICC of It

There is plenty for Colin Lambert and Galen Stops to get their teeth into this week as the BIS released a series of papers studying the data in the Triennial FX Turnover Survey. From working out who the mysterious “others” were in the survey, through some initially confusing execution data, to a signalling of the […]

And Finally…

Is it time to really start to get worried about the primary FX venues? I have written before about the decline in volumes at these venues but one could be forgiven for thinking the decline is now becoming a little precipitate. Both Refinitiv and EBS reported their lowest spot ADV since they started reporting (so […]

EBS, Refinitiv Hit New Low as Primary Venues Confirm Downbeat November

Following downbeat reports from other venues earlier this week, the primary FX venues have also released weak volume data for November, with all three of CME, EBS and Refinitiv Matching reporting their lowest ADV for the year to date – the latter two platforms actually hitting their lowest ADV since they started reporting data over […]

Barrow to Head Refinitiv’s Benchmark, Index Business

Refinitiv has appointed Shirley Barrow as global head of its benchmarks and index business. Barrow will report to Pradeep Menon, managing director of investing and advisory, as a member of the investing and advisory (I&A) proposition leadership team and will assume responsibility for Refinitiv’s benchmarks and index business, including the WM/Reuters business. Barrow joined Refinitiv […]

Primary FX Venues See Volume Drop in October

The primary FX trading venues all saw a decline in activity in October. CME Group says it handled 804,000 FX contracts on its futures and options suite for a notional value of $74.6 billion – this is an 11% decline from October 2018 and a 24.1% decline from September’s roll month. CME’s EBS also saw […]

TP ICAP Turns to Refinitiv for Data

Refinitiv has signed a multi-year strategic agreement with TP ICAP to support its data needs for both its brokers and technology platforms. As a major inter-dealer broker, TP ICAP requires global data across multiple asset classes, including equities, fixed income, energy and commodities, FX and derivatives. It will now be able to access such data […]

FXall Adds Liquidity Provider for Frontier Currencies

FXall has added Crown Agents Bank (CAB) as a liquidity provider, enabling its users to trade more frontier currencies. CAB is a UK–regulated provider of wholesale FX and cross-border payments services across developing, emerging and frontier markets. With the addition of CAB, FXall users have an additional liquidity choice for trading deliverable frontier currencies, including […]

Primary FX Venues See Volume Drop

The primary FX venues have reported a year-on-year decline in spot FX volume, however the news was slightly more positive on a month-on-month basis. CME Group says that it handled notional value of $102.7 billion per day in September, an 8.3% decline from September 2018 but a 29.3% increase from August 2019 – reflecting September’s […]

HKEX Drops Pursuit of LSEG

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) has announced that it will not make an offer for the London Stock Exchange Group plc (LSEG), despite proposing a deal to combine the companies last month worth £31.6 billion. “The board of HKEX continues to believe that a combination of LSEG and HKEX is strategically compelling and […]

FXPB: It’s Been a Bumpy Road

Galen Stops charts the ups and downs of FX prime brokerage over the past 20 years and looks at how this segment of the market might be ripe for innovation going forward. Ask anyone who has been around in the FX market for the past 20 years to list the key developments that have shaped […]