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Does high cost of market data create ‘tiering of knowledge’?

Roham Churm, Head of the FX division at Bank of England, opens Forex Network London with discussion on the FXGC and urges consistent application of rules and more transparency in the market.

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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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