E-FX: rumours continue

TECHNOLOGY NEWS

LONDON -- If the rumour, speculation and myth generated by the online forex trading industry is to be believed, the business is a hotbed of intrigue, back-stabbing and secret alliances. More akin to the last days of the Roman empire than a business staffed from the sober ranks of software firms, global investment banks and Fortune 500 multinationals, the industry inspires conspiracy theory after conspiracy theory.

Just as talk of back-room deals struck following the collapse of one multi-bank

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