A gradual return from shorts to suits

Market moved to home-working for resilience – it may linger for convenience

I don’t know who used the analogy first, but in recent years it has become almost unavoidable in markets retooling projects: at some point, someone will compare it to the task of changing a passenger plane’s engines in mid-flight.

The analogy should be adapted for the job of moving the $6.6 trillion-a-day foreign exchange business to widespread home-working. It’s more like transferring each of the passengers from the in-flight jet to their own single-seater planes – while still allowing them to

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