SDX expands exotics options

SuperDerivatives is capitalising on increased risk appetite for exotic options with the launch of new correlation products on its multi-asset pricing system, SDX, in the first quarter of 2011.

Second flash crash inevitable

A second flash crash is inevitable while there is no consistency in the rules at exchanges, said delegates at the FX Week Europe congress in London last Tuesday (November 16).

BGC's forex revenues rise in Q3

BGC Partners reported a 24% rise in brokerage revenues from foreign exchange to $44.4 million in the third quarter versus the same period last year, it announced last week.

HSBC FXPB preps Asia push

HONG KONG - HSBC plans to extend FX prime services to the Asian markets as it looks to take advantage of rising demand for prime brokerage in the region.

SuperDerivatives releases SDX

LONDON - SuperDerivatives is migrating customers to its new multi-asset front-office system, SDX, on October 10, David Gershon, chief operating officer at SuperDerivatives in London has told FX Week.

BMo shakes up London FX

LONDON - Bank of Montreal Capital Markets (BMo) has reorganised its FX business, seeing the return of Lorne Gavsie, managing director in FX, to Toronto from London.

Global forex growth on the up

GLOBAL - Global foreign exchange growth increased this year from October 2009, as investor confidence in the FX market has returned following the global financial crisis, despite concerns over the eurozone.

Euro decline continues

LONDON - The euro hit a four-year low against the dollar last Friday (June 4), sparking a rise in options prices as the unit edges further towards the 1.2000 barrier.

SmartTrade bows OTC pricing tool

French trading systems vendor SmartTrade will this week announce a new component to its liquidity management system for dealers to distribute customised prices on over-the-counter instruments to clients.

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