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Careful analysis of current accounts and export prices indicates Germany and Italy could benefit from the recent depreciation of emerging market currencies, but the US and the UK stand to lose out. By Patrick Artus
With days to go until approved swap execution facilities are set to open for business, the CFTC would do well to heed some of the warnings it is hearing from the industry
FX platform pricing models have come under fire, with calls to reduce or abandon fixed costs, but how should platforms seek to get the balance right?
The implementation of Mifid II might be several years away, but market participants face challenges in properly implementing the regulation while also realising the benefits of liquidity, transparency and flexibility, warns law firm Jones Day
Currency markets have jolted back to life in recent weeks, largely driven by the change of government and monetary policy in Japan. With competitive devaluation of currencies clearly now in play, John Hardy believes the volatility is here to stay
The maelstrom of strategic changes that have come to pass at EBS and Thomson Reuters now poses a threat to incumbent platforms that had previously capitalised on their reluctance to deviate from their core business
The proliferation of new trading tools and platforms in the foreign exchange market is a welcome development that should enhance the buy-side trading experience, writes Lisa Seim
Germany will not allow the euro to fail, which is why the currency is performing better than expected, according to Asia economist at Natixis
EBS is set to unveil the next round of system and policy changes this week, which will be closely scrutinised by newer entrants and competing platforms
Following the recent appearance of two alternative trading platforms, questions have been raised about how many new platforms the FX market can hold
Following a risk rally in foreign exchange markets during the first quarter, several of the positive drivers of that rally have now dissipated. Looking ahead to the rest of the year, Callum Henderson explains why investors should continue to short European...
John Hardy, chief currency strategist at Saxo Bank in London, discusses his views on the currency markets, sounding a note of caution about the risk rally seen since the start of the year
Two months into 2012, Mitul Kotecha assesses the modest healing process that appears to have taken hold in currency markets after a period of marked risk aversion, and explains why yield is becoming a key factor influencing investor appetite
RBC Capital Markets has taken a contrarian view on the yen for several years, predicting it would strengthen against the US dollar while the consensus forecast was for yen strength. After the bank’s contrarian view has proved accurate, Adam Cole argues...
Ever-increasing foreign exchange volumes, acute volatility in currencies and the imminent arrival of new trading regulations have combined to create an environment in which being able to properly analyse execution costs and quality is more important than...
Despite repeated intervention by the Bank of Japan over the past year, the yen remains stronger than ever, with USD/JPY struggling to break above 77. Derek Halpenny analyses the three episodes of intervention and related data to explain why intervention...
Following a chaotic series of last-ditch efforts by political leaders to put together a solution to the troubles in the eurozone, Nick Beecroft believes the only viable option left is to transfer cash from the core of Europe to the periphery, through...
Foreign exchange markets in 2011 continue to show parallels to 2008, but the economy is unlikely to slip back into recession and Asian currencies look set to benefit from broad-based US dollar selling. Callum Henderson looks at the key similarities between...