Euromoney Foreign Exchange Survey 2015
This survey will launch on January 22nd and close on April 3rd 2015.
Respondents will receive a detailed analysis of their peer group's aggregated FX trading volumes and behavioural trends.
Methodology - updated for 2015
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Forex news, analysis & opinion
The jury is out on whether the use of regional treasury centres is a cost-effective means for treasurers to minimize the effects of currency volatility in emerging markets.
Bankers are already seeing demand for direct renminbi-sterling deals, and anticipate a rise in volumes and market makers, since the announcement on Thursday it is now possible to directly trade these two currencies in Chinas onshore interbank foreign-exchange market.
While renminbi trade flows between mainland China and emerging markets continue to grow, many domestic and western corporates remain reluctant to trade in the Chinese currency.
The aftermath of the ECBs negative-rates move has left Scandinavian currencies lacking meaningful direction. Mixed economic data in Sweden, and fears over the damage to exporters in the event of rising rates in Norway, are challenging market positions.
The rand, as a high-beta benchmark for global risk appetite, has been buoyed up by benign international market conditions. However, analysts say a stubborn current-account deficit and weak growth suggest a bearish stance on the rand is appropriate in the medium to long term.
Despite the stunning revival of emerging-market currencies, and the fragile five in particular, high and ultra-high net worth individuals remain reluctant to increase their exposure, suggesting many funds have missed out on the rally.
An in-depth guide to global currency wars; how Beijing is seeking to globalize the renminbi, through currency swaps and trade-financing facilities; the rise of the offshore bond market; and how fee-hungry banks are salivating at the prospect of the RMBs growth.
A CFTC official frustrates European regulators at the IDX conference by suggesting futures clearing should migrate to the US to avoid a conflict between Dodd-Frank and EMIR.
Chief executives of Eurex, Nasdaq OMX and Intercontinental Exchange hit back at criticism of high-frequency trading.
Government plans to crack down on the UKs foreign-exchange market amid reports of mass manipulation could see the demise of the London FX fix. Suggested reforms range from a transparent auction-based pricing system to banning the practice of last look.