Fourth quarter boom for FX

Although this year was no exception in terms of a summer drop-off in FX trading, September has already been quick to pick up, said officials. "This September has higher expectations because of all the volatility we’ve had in the rates markets, as well as the indecisiveness about what is going to happen with US rates versus the other rates in the world," said Gordon Wallace, head of FX trading at Deutsche Bank in London. "It has put a lot of expectations into currency markets, which are going to

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