Monthly Archives: May 2017

Range-bound market is sticking around – SEB

By | May 29, 2017

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF The range-bound, low-volatility environment is set to persist over the next three to six months, but there is a possibility of the dollar moving lower, says Carl Hammer, chief currency strategist at SEB, which topped last week’s one- and three-month currency forecast rankings tables. “The next big move in the… Read More »

GFXC launches last look review

By | May 25, 2017

David Puth: the first vice-chair of the GFXC, which has launched a review of last look as its first task As its first assignment, the newly established Global FX Committee has asked market participants for feedback on whether they agree or disagree with Principle 17, which states that trading activity using client information during the… Read More »

GFXC launches last look review

By | May 25, 2017

David Puth: the first vice-chair of the GFXC, which has launched a review of last look as its first task As its first assignment, the newly established Global FX Committee has asked market participants for feedback on whether they agree or disagree with Principle 17, which states that trading activity using client information during the… Read More »

GFXC launches last look review

By | May 25, 2017

David Puth: the first vice-chair of the GFXC, which has launched a review of last look as its first task As its first assignment, the newly established Global FX Committee has asked market participants for feedback on whether they agree or disagree with Principle 17, which states that trading activity using client information during the… Read More »

Euro set to shine as dollar wobbles – LCG

By | May 23, 2017

Post-election euphoria: the euro is trading at year highs against the yen and at levels against the dollar not seen since the US election CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF The euro is set to continue its upward trajectory in the absence of pressing political risks and force the European Central Bank (ECB) to address… Read More »

Thomson Reuters Matching celebrates 25-year birthday

By | May 12, 2017

Neill Penney: “[There’s an] evolution towards more of an open platform rather than thinking it’s a closed set of solutions we identify, build and offer to our clients ourselves” Brokers have always been known for their boisterous banter and protecting their own. So, on April 29, 1992, when Thomson Reuters launched Matching, the arrival of… Read More »

Thomson Reuters Matching celebrates 25-year birthday

By | May 12, 2017

Neill Penney: “[There’s an] evolution towards more of an open platform rather than thinking it’s a closed set of solutions we identify, build and offer to our clients ourselves” Brokers have always been known for their boisterous banter and protecting their own. So, on April 29, 1992, when Thomson Reuters launched Matching, the arrival of… Read More »