Traders position for yen weakness
LONDON - The close of the Japanese financial year sparked a flurry of activity at options desks last week, as speculators and hedgers bought USD/JPY calls with expectations for the yen to continue its losing streak versus the greenback.
Greek bailout fails to inspire FX traders
The Greek bailout fails to appease forex traders
SuperDerivatives builds out exotic options
SuperDerivatives adds to its exotic options offering.
FX e-options take off says Tullett Prebon
Regulation is driving an uptick in the volume of electronically traded currency options.
SunGard targets transparency
Front Arena trading system adds credit limit checks
Risk reversals imply negative sentiment on sterling
The possibility of a hung parliament in the UK has spooked world markets, including foreign exchange
Traders pile in for euro protection
Traders are still snapping up protection against a collapse in the euro.
HSBC kicks off currency options market in Bangladesh
Emerging market in derivatives build-up
Banks adopt new options-pricing practice
Interbank market builds consensus
GFI upgrades Fenics options pricing platform
Brokers extends options coverage
Deutsche triumphs as FX powerhouse
LONDON - Deutsche Bank has usurped Citi to win the accolade of best bank for foreign exchange in a year characterised by unprecedented levels of market risk. The award also marks the first time the German bank has been recognised as the top FX dealer in…
Options voters choose Deutsche's steady hand
Deutsche Bank took top honours in the options category this year, having come fourth in 2008. Consistency is the key to its success, said Kevin Rodgers, the bank's London-based global head of foreign exchange options.
Global banks cause pricing bother in Asia
SINGAPORE - A change in foreign exchange options pricing convention by global banks is making it difficult for regional dealers to compete, according to Elliott Hann, head of sales in the data and analytics group at GFI.