The platforms of 2012: Thomson Reuters

Jas Singh at Thomson Reuters
Jas Singh, Thomson Reuters

When Thomson Reuters announced on July 9 that it would buy institutional foreign exchange trading platform FXall for $625 million, few market participants were not surprised. But once the news had sunk in, it became widely acknowledged that the acquisition, albeit unexpected, will add considerable throttle to Thomson Reuters as a forex platform operator, bringing a multi-dealer-to-client offering it has never had in the past.

While the acquisition completed on August 20, it is business as usual

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