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24 April 2020, Finance Feeds

Compagnie Financière Tradition marks steep rise in revenues in Q1 2020*

Compagnie Financière Tradition, an interdealer broker in over-the-counter financial and commodity related products, today released a revenue update for the first quarter of 2020.

9 February 2020, Business Recorder

Sterling volume boosted to record high; North America turnover drops*

"However, the decline in dollar/yuan is larger than most market observers probably expected" said Dan Marcus, CEO of trading platform ParFX.

5 February 2020, Markets Media

FX Daily Turnover In UK Reaches Record*

Dan Marcus, chief executive of ParFX, Tradition’s wholesale electronic spot FX trading platform, agreed in an email that the 11% year-on-year increase in trading activity bolsters London’s position as a global trading hub.

4 February 2020, Bloomberg

Brexit Boosts Pound Trading on Both Sides of the Atlantic*

“The increased levels of trading in sterling pairs is hardly a surprise, given it has effectively been a proxy for one of the most significant political events in a generation,” said Dan Marcus, chief executive of foreign-exchange platform ParFX.

4 February 2020, Reuters

Sterling volume boosted by Brexit to record high; N.America turnover drops*

“The increased levels of trading in sterling pairs is hardly a surprise, given it has effectively been a proxy for one of the most significant political events in a generation. However, the decline in dollar/yuan is larger than most market observers probably expected,” said Dan Marcus, CEO of trading platform ParFX.

4 February 2020, CNBC

Sterling volume boosted by Brexit to record high; N.America turnover drops*

“The increased levels of trading in sterling pairs is hardly a surprise, given it has effectively been a proxy for one of the most significant political events in a generation. However, the decline in dollar/yuan is larger than most market observers probably expected,” said Dan Marcus, CEO of trading platform ParFX.

4 February 2020, This Is Money

Sterling volume boosted by Brexit to record high; N.America turnover drops*

"The increased levels of trading in sterling pairs is hardly a surprise, given it has effectively been a proxy for one of the most significant political events in a generation. However, the decline in dollar/yuan is larger than most market observers probably expected," said Dan Marcus, CEO of trading platform ParFX.

4 February 2020, Nasdaq

Sterling volume boosted by Brexit to record high; N.America turnover drops*

"The increased levels of trading in sterling pairs is hardly a surprise, given it has effectively been a proxy for one of the most significant political events in a generation. However, the decline in dollar/yuan is larger than most market observers probably expected," said Dan Marcus, CEO of trading platform ParFX.

4 February 2020, London South East

Sterling volume boosted by Brexit to record high; N.America turnover drops*

"The increased levels of trading in sterling pairs is hardly a surprise, given it has effectively been a proxy for one of the most significant political events in a generation. However, the decline in dollar/yuan is larger than most market observers probably expected," said Dan Marcus, CEO of trading platform ParFX.

4 February 2020, The Peninsula Qatar

Brexit boosts pound trading on both sides of the Atlantic*

"The increased levels of trading in sterling pairs is hardly a surprise, given it has effectively been a proxy for one of the most significant political events in a generation,” said Dan Marcus, chief executive of foreign-exchange platform ParFX. "However, the decline in dollar-renminbi is larger than most market observers probably expected.”

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