Aggressive HFT stable in major currencies

According to research from AbleMarkets


Aggressive high-frequency trading (HFT) is a type of intraday trading that predominantly uses market orders, as opposed to limit orders. As such, it tends to wipe out limit orders in the limit order books, causing volatility and poor execution by other, slower market participants.

What is the level of aggressive HFT in currencies? The latest research from shows it tends to vary from one currency to the next, with the euro registering the highest levels.

The percentage

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