CTMfile: A Greenwich Associates report has examined how corporations think about FX and how this influences their trading behaviour relative to financial investors, who are more often in the market structure spotlight.
Business Insider: While 58% of small business owners say their opinion of their bank has held steady after seeking a PPP loan, 29% say their opinion has worsened — more than double the share (13%) that said their opinion has improved, per...
Investment News: “My guess is that someone will pick it up,” said Monahan. “The difficulty is that a firm like Credit Suisse starts out with a huge advantage because it has a huge distribution network. But my guess is the independent shops will...
Quartz: Greenwich Associates says retail traders are getting better service than ever. High-frequency traders provided savings of $1.3 billion for retail customers in 2018, according to the consultancy.
Profit & Loss: A surprisingly small number of the world’s largest companies employ sophisticated techniques designed to assess and manage their foreign exchange risk, according to Greenwich Associates.
Bloomberg: But TVIX’s popularity could motivate other issuers to launch similar volatility-linked products, in the eyes of Greenwich Associates’s Ken Monahan.
Reuters: Around 45% of the European fixed-income market is electronically traded, versus 38% a year ago, consultancy Greenwich Associates estimates.
American Banker: Chris McDonnell said that rate is three times what it normally is, and he attributes the spike primarily to customers’ soured feelings over their PPP experiences.
Banking Exchange: One third of small and midsized companies are considering switching their bank in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Greenwich Associates.