Electronic trading differentiates dealers competing for market share

Technology and business scope keep JP Morgan and Citi at the top, but selectivity has some dealers gaining momentum

I'll take that: some banks are gaining ground in niche areas

Superior electronic trading capabilities saw Citi and JP Morgan rewarded with top spots in the Greenwich Associates’ 2019 Share Leader survey, with competition heating up among the largest dealer banks in the $5.1 trillion-a-day currency markets.

Best-in-class technology, along with extensive global networks, helped Citi and JP Morgan to retain prime places in corporate and financial FX market share, respectively.

Reflecting the competitive environment in financials, Barclays returned to the

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