Bank FX price feeds fall short


Pricing feeds with major latency issues can outweigh the benefits of any extra liquidity, said Jonathon Webb, portfolio manager with UK-based currency investment manager C-View.

"Pricing feed latency is one of our main concerns, because what you typically find in FX is that the time feeds go latent is when things get busy and you want to deal. Banks that consistently have latency problems just cause problems in our system," said Webb, who spoke at Waters Technology's Best Execution event in

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