Market participants expect BIS survey to show FX slowdown

The bank’s 11th triennial survey is under way, with the results due in September

Rising star: the renminbi broke into the top 10 in 2013, and has thrived since

The Bank for International Settlements' (BIS) 11th triennial survey of foreign exchange markets is under way, with its findings to be published in September.

After a turbulent time in FX since 2013, the big question in participants' minds is if the growth trajectory in volumes is continuing or whether structural shifts have put an end to the explosion of activity.

The market has gone through a spectacular period of growth since 2004, when daily average volumes amounted to $1.9 trillion. By 2007

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