New trading platforms must enable dealers to make pre-trade disclosures – but industry doesn't know what information needs to be provided
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Panellists at FX Week Europe discuss the implications for the forex market of a possible exit of one or more eurozone members from the single currency
Final US Commodity Futures Trading Commission rules on swap execution facilities (Sefs) are to be published in early 2012, a full year after the original proposals. As 2011 draws to a close, would-be Sefs complain the continuing uncertainty about key...
High volatility in foreign exchange markets as a result of eurozone sovereign debt issues and the US debt problems have resulted in record volumes, platforms report
The Dodd-Frank Act created a multitude of would-be swap execution facilities (Sefs) – trading platforms that will aggregate dealer liquidity. Now, dealers want to hoover up the Sefs by building their own aggregation services, but it’s a strategy...
Société Générale's latest results highlight contribution of interest rate and foreign exchange structured products.
HSBC has begun rolling out a web-based currency data charting application from UK vendor TraderMade to its corporate and investment clients. The application, called FX Charting, will support trading and hedging strategy decisions.
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