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US mutual funds continued to add to their Americas non-G10 pair FX options positions during the third quarter of 2023, particularly in Mexican peso, with Franklin Templeton and Invesco leading the way.

Mutual funds added a net $2.2 billion in Americas non-G10 FX options positions during the quarter, of which a net $1.3 billion of dollar/Mexican peso positions was added – the largest volume increase among the most-traded currency pairs. The data comes from quarter-end filings from mutual funds

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