Euro will survive and RMB will be convertible by 2017, say industry leaders

FX Week Europe 2012
FXall's Phil Weisberg and Deutsche's Kevin Rodgers at FX Week Europe 2012

A combination of regulation, technology and the further growth of emerging market currencies will be the biggest factors driving change in the foreign exchange market over the next five years, according to senior market participants from Deutsche Bank, FXall and CLS involved in a high-level panel discussion at the FX Week Europe conference in London earlier this week.

"The euro will survive; renminbi will come close to being a reserve currency; emerging market currencies will become much more

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