Cboe to cut FX trading response times in half

Incoming policy will give liquidity providers 35 milliseconds to review last look orders


Cboe FX is set to halve the maximum amount of time it allows foreign exchange liquidity providers (LPs) to review a client’s trade request before accepting or rejecting the trade.

From March 1, 2022, any LP offering non-firm liquidity to clients on Cboe’s anonymous electronic FX trading platform will have 35 milliseconds to decide whether to accept or reject a trade request – a 50% reduction in the 70-millisecond maximum order review timeframe currently allowed by the electronic communications

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