EBS rolls out randomisation across the board

Trading platform introduces latency floor in 10 currency pairs

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Gil Mandelzis, EBS CEO

Foreign exchange trading platform EBS has rolled out its latency floor across its most traded currency pairs, including the Russian ruble, in a bid to eliminate purely speed-driven trading behaviours, after a six-month trial with the Australian dollar and the Swiss franc, according to sources familiar with the matter.

The roll-out concluded with EUR/USD at the beginning of this month and it will impact 10 currency pairs. EBS has been trialling the concept since August last year in AUD/USD and

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