Forex platforms seek new ways to curb last look abuse

Foreign exchange platforms see filtering out poor liquidity providers as a more constructive way of prohibiting bad behaviour in electronic markets

Last look on its last legs?

Rules for last look liquidity providers are being tightened up by platforms that offer such liquidity streams, but the traditional way of limiting response time for market-makers may become outdated, as venues look to filter toxic liquidity from customer streams before flashing orders could appear on customers' screens.

A number of institutional forex trading platforms have tweaked their rules on last look liquidity, after the UK's Fair and Effective Markets Review (FEMR) called for more

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