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April was one of the worst months for the U.S. dollar across the board. With the euro, the Japanese yen, the British pound and the antipodean currencies (Canadian, Australian and New Zealand dollars), all rallying, volatility on the markets has been stable when compared to previous months.
Looking at volume metrics reports that have been published by major ECNs however, we are hardly seeing volumes rebounding from a seasonally weak March (Easter Holidays). April was as benign as March (probably a touch more disappointing) despite the U.S. dollar’s weakness and the Japanese yen’s strength across the board.
One of the ECNs ... (read more)