CLS data scientists try to decode FX volatility

New team has flood of info to work on, after Covid-19 trading surge pushes March volumes up 27%

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The information services division at foreign exchange settlement service CLS Group has assembled a data science team to help investors get ahead of the market – and a Covid-19 trading surge is giving the team a flood of fresh information to analyse.

Masami Johnstone, the firm’s head of information services, says she put together the three-member team after noticing an increased demand for information on FX market dynamics from investors. Johnstone joined CLS last year from Euronext, where she

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