Having seen the volume rankings, I can tell you that there are a few surprises.
It’s been a busy week for me. As well as writing this column, I have had to get cracking on a feature for next month’s magazine, which will also contain the results of this year’s Euromoney FX Poll.
Having seen the volume rankings, I can tell you that there are a few surprises. Looking at just the volume rankings, it is apparent that some banks have benefited more than other from the global financial turmoil.
Over the next few weeks, the weeklyFiX will publish the views of many of the FX market’s bigger cheeses. I have asked them how they see FX in relation to other assets and what they think the future holds. In an ideal world, I would have canvassed the views of a broader audience. I have always maintained that there’s more to FX than just the top five or ten in the Euromoney Poll. Unfortunately, time and capacity restraints have not allowed me to ask as many people as I would have liked for their views but I may well follow up on this one. As regular readers know, I’m always open to publishing feedback, so please feel free to send in any views you have.