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The New FX Benchmark – What Does it Mean?

Colin Lambert muses on the broader significance of the latest BIS number for the FX industry as a whole. However the number was arrived at, the FX market will, for the next three years at least, be known as a $6.6 trillion market – reinforcing its position as the largest financial market in the world. […]

Battle Lines Drawn

Looking at the geographical distribution of OTC FX turnover, Galen Stops sees some areas of competition emerging amongst different trading centres, but argues that it will be a long time before we see the outcome of any moves being made now. It will have come as no surprise that the data from the Bank for […]

Currencies in Competition

On first glance there appeared to be few significant changes of note when looking at the currency-specific data in the latest BIS survey. But scratch beneath the surface and this data asks some important questions, says Galen Stops. Looking at the data regarding the currencies themselves in the latest OTC FX turnover survey from the […]

BIS: How Did We Get to $6.6 Trillion?

The Bank for International Settlements’ Triennial Survey of FX Turnover sent the market’s activity benchmark to a new high, but what drove the growth and what does it mean for the industry? Colin Lambert finds out. The first thing to note about the Bank for International Settlements’ $6.6 billion figure for average daily turnover in […]

CLS October Volumes Show Slight Decline

The average daily volume (ADV) of FX trades submitted to CLS in October was $1.79 trillion, down from $1.84 trillion the previous month, but up 4.6% from the $1.71 trillion reported in October 2018. An ADV of $415 billion in spot FX trades were submitted to CLS last month, which actually represents a 2.2% increase […]

Platforms Report Mixed Results for September

There’s been little by way of discernable trends amongst the trading volumes reported for September by the first set of FX trading platforms to do so publicly. Cboe FX reported an average daily volume (ADV) of $30.4 billion for September, down 8.2% from the $33.1 billion it reported in August and down 15% from the […]

In the FICC of it

This week’s podcast opens with Galen Stops, editor of Profit & Loss, doing some gloating because the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has published its latest triennial survey of the FX market and the figures confirm the prediction made by Stops at the beginning of the year that the market would get back to growth. […]

CLS Volumes Remained Flat in August

The average daily volume (ADV) submitted to CLS was $1.75 trillion in August, flat compared to the previous month. However, this figure represents a 9% year-on-year increase. This flat month-on-month figure is in contrast to the primary venues, which saw an increase in trading activity in August, while Euronext FX, Cboe FX, FXSpotStream and Integral […]

CLS Volumes Confirm July Slowdown

The average daily volume (ADV) of FX trades submitted to CLS was $1.75 trillion in July, down 7.1% from June, but up 6.8% compared to July 2018. Swaps account for $1.25 trillion of CLS’s ADV last month, down from $1.3 trillion in June, but up from $1.15 trillion in July last year. Spot FX ADV […]