Regulation, Fragmentation and Execution Where to Next for High Frequency FX Trading?

Where next for high-frequency FX trading?

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The global market for currency and related derivatives, comprised of three mutually supportive markets for spot currency, forwards and swaps, is the world’s largest, and most liquid. Notwithstanding its vast size, the FX market has operated for decades with relatively few systemic stresses or disruptions.   

So it is ironic, and perhaps unfair, that when regulators undertake substantial reforms elsewhere in capital markets — as is the case today with proposed restructuring of markets for

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