FX liquidity fragmentation costs reduced by technology

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Fragmentation of liquidity across multiple trading platforms has always been a challenge in the foreign exchange market, but the recent proliferation of new platforms creates a considerable drain on costs and resources for those market participants wanting to take advantage of every new venue.

Technology vendors that can simplify the process - whether through aggregation, co-location or simplified connectivity - have latched on to a clear business opportunity, and banks appear to welcome their

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