Rebekah Tunstead is a London-based reporter on the Markets desk for Risk.net and FX Markets.
She graduated from the Technological University of Dublin in 2018, with a degree in journalism and French.
Rebekah previously worked as a reporter at bobsguide, where she covered technology and regulatory developments in capital markets.
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Cost pressures push new stream of clients to pass FX algo trading to banks
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Six banks accused of manipulation may see 40% reduction in damages if UK lawsuit proceeds along ‘opt-out’ route
Treasurers seek flexibility in cashflow hedging as pandemic-related supply chain disruptions bite
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GFXC to meet this week about revising global FX code, which may influence European legislator stance
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