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The day-to-day aspects of the FX market have largely returned to normal from the periods of high volatility and volume and wide spreads seen earlier in the year. But what about the structure of the FX market as a whole?
Corporates are arguably the most important segment to FX markets. This report examines how corporations think about FX and how this influences their trading behavior.

The Future of Trading: The People

Greenwich Report
April 2020 By: Kevin McPartland
Technology innovation isn't just about complete automation, but helping to make capital markets interactions between people more efficient.
Electronification has created opportunities and perhaps the most interesting and most analyzed second-order effect is the spread of algorithmic trading.
Corporate treasury departments are increasingly recognized for what they have always been: centers of analytical excellence. Thus, as the demands on the corporate treasurer expand, treasury departments are looking to new technologies and third-party...
These are our biggest market structure trends to watch in 2020.

FX Execution: Competing in a World of Algos

Greenwich Report
October 2019 By: Frank H. Feenstra, Satnam Sohal
At the heart of today’s fierce competition among global FX dealers is the fact that market participants are getting more sophisticated about how and where they execute their trades.

FX API Aggregators and Anonymous ECNs

Greenwich Report
October 2019 By: Ken Monahan
This Greenwich Report examines the role that API aggregators play and why they are an increasingly critical part of the FX electronic trading story.
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