The divergence between US and European volatility measures has grown in the first quarter of 2012, according to Barclays Capital
This three-part series looks at the various factors that firms across the ecosystem of global FX markets - from the buy-side, the sell-side, and the supporting community of technology vendors and service providers - should consider in order to, not just survive, but to thrive in this dynamic and ever-changing environment.
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Speeding into listed products
The UK structured products markets is still saturated with FTSE-linked deposits, though a few exotics are appearing on the menu
South African gold mining stocks underperformed the world's largest gold ETF by 10% in 2011, boosting demand for gold exchange-traded funds
Changes to the capital gains tax regime in South Africa are skewing returns and could pose increasing problems for product structurers, warn market participants
S&P Indices launches equally weighted proxies that measure the quality of US and European banks in conjunction with Isda, the trade body for the global OTC derivatives industry
Extracting value from high-net-worth investors became a priority for Belgian banks in response to the Financial Services and Markets Authority's moratorium, but as mounting regulatory pressure spook...
Dow Jones Indexes has increased the number of components in the Russia GDR Index to 17 for use in the Lyxor ETF Russia exchange-traded fund
Absa Capital has launched five exchange-traded notes, providing investors with exposure to precious metals and currencies.
Relishing the RDR
Low volatility means purchasing options is now attractive, even for higher-beta sectors, according to a Deutsche Bank strategist
Investors are less likely to opt for exotic structures and underlying assets, UK distributors warn
Amid a surge in demand for exposure to emerging markets currency debt from private investors, HSBC Private Bank prefers building structured products around Asian assets to emerging Europe
The US Internal Revenue Service has announced an extension and modification to Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act compliance procedures, as well as an expansion in the range of financial institution...
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