Whether more buy side FX trading activity will shift into order books, and how long this shift could take, was a key discussion point in a webinar examining FX market structure on Tuesday.
During the webinar, hosted by Greenwich Associates, ...
A number of geopolitical events – Brexit
and the US presidential elections to name but a few – have led to ongoing currency volatility. What
has the FX market learned about how the modern market functions in times of
high volatility and ...
Much has been made of the low buy side sign up to the FX Global Code, but as Colin Lambert finds out, it is likely only to be a matter of time.
Talk to senior members of the Global FX Committee and one can discern a sense of exasperation when they are asked (probably for the tenth time that day) about the lack of buy side adoption of the FX Global Code. The exasperation stems from what is the thorn in the side of the GFXC that is low adoption rates.
FX liquidity providers that use technology and data analytical tools are becoming more powerful in FX markets, but liquidity consumers are becoming better informed.
The role of data and the empowerment it brings FX market participants was a key theme of the first panel looking at liquidity at Profit & Loss Forex Network Chicago. Panellists agreed that generally speaking, liquidity in FX markets is fine, there is always a price; however, the question liquidity consumers need to ask is: “How high is that price?”