This white paper explores the reasons behind the IMF’S decision to include the Chinese yuan into its Special Drawing Rights; the global implications of the inclusion; and what the markets can expect from China in 2016.
In this paper, we explore the history of the latest Greek crisis, review approaches taken by market practitioners to stress testing, and outline potential scenarios that portfolio managers may wish to examine.
The capacity to forecast volatility – a key input for trading algorithms and risk methodologies – is enormously valuable for traders. November sees Deutsche Börse launch a new analytic that forecasts the direction and magnitude of volatility.
This third and final part of the series reviews the growth of the FX trading community inside Equinix data centers and the role it plays in today’s global FX market, looking ahead at how trends may evolve in the future.
This second part looks look at some of the latest innovations and trends in the market and how firms are capitalizing on technology to give themselves and their customers a competitive advantage.
The global foreign exchange (FX) market has enjoyed a period of sustained growth in the last ten years, from around $2 trillion average daily turnover in 2004 totoday’s levels of around $5.3 trillion.
This is the survival guide for trading in a world where high-frequency trading predominates in markets, accounting for upwards of 60% of trading in equities and futures, and 40% in foreign exchange.
Investors seeking diversification with flexibility should consider sector-based exchange-traded funds that concentrate on rapidly growing companies in developing Asia, according to Roger Liu at Mirae Asset Global Investments.