After nearly a decade of disruption and uncertainty, buy-side trading desks are finally finding a new equilibrium.
Given the myriad benefits that algos offer, FX traders currently not using algos (and not considering them) may soon have to determine whether they’re putting themselves at a disadvantage by not leveraging all the available tools...

The Electronic Trading Landscape in 2018

Greenwich Report
February 2018 By: Richard Johnson
While the U.S. stock market roared last year, growing by around 20%, other aspects of the equities market were much more muted.
Banks around the world are upgrading the talent and technology of their fixed-income platforms to take full advantage when volatility returns and client trading activity and revenues grow as a result. 
A surge in equity market valuations and a rebound in trading activity provided a major boost to Asia’s brokers in 2017.
After millions of hours and euros (and dollars) spent in preparation, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) has finally taken effect.

Top Market Structure Trends for 2018

Greenwich Report
January 2018 By: Kevin McPartland
2017 was politically strange, economically strong and eerily calm. President Trump attempted to govern the U.S. in ways never before seen and often hard to imagine. Britain seemed to second-guess their choice to leave the EU while carrying on...
Close to a half trillion dollars in U.S. Treasury bonds trade every day, and Greenwich Associates estimates over two-thirds of this volume trades electronically.
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