JP Morgan Chase and Citigroup are the latest big foreign exchange dealers to put formal procedures in place to more closely integrate foreign exchange trading with other asset classes. In December, Citi internally announced the establishment of a new ‘global rates and currencies’ group under the umbrella of global fixed income. The group brings together interest rate and foreign exchange trading and marketing, including sovereign agency and supranational trading, as well as credit, municipal and
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