High-frequency trading spreads across energy markets

Fast and furious

Energy Risk

The current market environment – increasingly insolvent governments and greater correlation among asset classes – is characterised by high systemic risk, making hedging difficult and speculative opportunities fleeting. Such trends increase leverage and heighten sensitivity to central bank policies, especially those affecting currency pairings. Energy assets, with their dollar denomination and international flows, are directly affected.

In these markets, any competitive advantage is highly sought

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