Trading platforms hope for end to 'Truman Show Market'

Search is on for emerging markets growth

David Newns at State Street
David Newns, Currenex

Currency trading platforms hoping for an end to the artificially low volatility environment that has kept trading volumes muted in major currencies, are looking to emerging markets units and product innovation to combat stagnant FX flows.

Major forex platforms attribute flat-lining daily volumes to the lack of interest rate differentials in developed economies, and central bank efforts to boost economic recovery by measures such as quantitative easing. The increasing degree of internalisation

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