The euro dropped as Angela Merkel’s victory as German Chancellor was marred by a worse-than-expected result that leaves her facing tough coalition talks.
Traders’ sense of political risk expected to linger as Merkel forms a shakier coalition.
Eurozone purchasing manager index rose in September, putting attention on prospects for tighter monetary policy in the bloc.
Hedge funds turned negative on the US dollar in the days before the Federal Reserve met, trades that would have been offside if held a day longer when the dollar rallied.
Sterling rebounded, having slid on Friday after a speech by Prime Minister Theresa May failed to offer the kind of detail investors had been looking for to remove political uncertainty that has kept the currency under pressure.
Deutsche Bank’s former global head of FX believes Johnson followed industry practice when executing the large order.
The debate around the wording of P17 has actually been healthy for the proprietors of the Code.
One of the things that makes FX a truly unique market is both its scale and the diversity of the market participants that operate within it.
The success of the Global Code of Conduct published in May 2017 will only be truly observable when individuals and institutions alike feel the responsibility for observing the Code running instinctively through their everyday work.
EM currency and bond indexes have reached three-year highs.
Vítor Constâncio dismisses cryptocurrency as an instrument of speculation.
Swiss, UK and US progress leaves euro swaps market playing catch-up in rates reform.
New EU rules clash with US law and threaten to disrupt industry’s biggest companies.
After years as a sleepy federal backwater, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission became one of Wall Street’s most aggressive watchdogs during the Barack Obama administration.
The White House has created a list of about a half-dozen candidates to be the next leader of the Federal Reserve.
The Treasury Department still lacks permanent officials in half of its highest-ranking political jobs more than eight months into Donald Trump’s presidency.
The recent weeks of Bitcoin volatility, with Bitcoin price hitting an all-time high of $5,000, only to plummet back below $3,000, and then stabilize near $4,000, are a signal of what Bitcoin really needs – regulation.
- Governments will Close Down Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies If They Get Too Big, Warns Jamie Dimon – CNBC
Cürex Group has unveiled plans to introduce additional time stamp functionality to its pre-trade analytics platform.
Kevin Gillespie has joined Cobalt in a sales and business development role.
TraderTools has announced that Investec Bank has joined its Unique Liquidity Network (ULN).
The New Zealand dollar was down 0.6 per cent after the weekend’s general election failed to deliver a clear mandate to any party.
Most Asian currencies were little changed as investors weighed the odds of another US interest rate hike this year and remained cautious over tensions with North Korea.