Foreign exchange (fx)
Federal authorities in New York have filed two separate suits accusing BNY Mellon of foreign exchange fraud, following cases brought by other states
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London-based CCP is set to launch clearing for NDFs in six currencies in mid-November, having shelved plans for options clearing while banks discuss settlement-related issues with regulators
Bank for International Settlements report on high-frequency trading in the forex market is lukewarm about recent initiatives to monitor HFT, and recommends further analysis by regulators and partici...
Bank for International Settlements report on high-frequency trading in the FX market is lukewarm about recent initiatives to monitor HFT and recommends further analysis by regulators and participants
US CFTC charges investment adviser with $3 million fraud
Corporate treasurers should make sure their forex counterparties are properly prepared for the possibility of further black swan events in the foreign exchange markets, senior Lloyds banker tells AC...
New algorithm is designed to automatically hedge gamma sensitivity of foreign exchange options
International coalition of regulators recognises the likelihood that multiple trade repositories will be set up along global, regional or national lines and sets out recommendations for minimum stan...
Dramatically reduced liquidity in August, coupled with sovereign debt concerns in the eurozone, have combined to strengthen the Swiss franc, say strategists
The appearance of the Sef Clarification Act last month, coupled with a changing mood in Washington, DC, has given rise to a more positive outlook among e-commerce experts
Banks have picked the DTCC to build a series of new derivatives repositories, but overlooked rivals CME and Ice vow to fight on
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