FX volumes dip in March

But trading activity on most platforms remains strong year on year  

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Foreign exchange trading venues saw spot volumes decline in March, but their activity was stronger than in the corresponding period of 2017.

Spot volumes on Thomson Reuters dipped 7%, as it reported $105 billion in average daily volumes, compared with $113 billion in February. However, volumes were up 11.7% year on year.

Nex Markets reported a double-digit month-on-month decline in spot FX trading activities. It handled ADV of $92.7 billion in March – a 14% drop from the $108.3 billion

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