Long-Term Investors Embrace FX Algos

Greenwich Report
June 2017 By: Richard Johnson
This new Greenwich Report shows how an increased focus on best execution and the growing use of transaction cost analysis (TCA) are fueling the adoption of algorithms in foreign exchange. 
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