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As aspects of last-look and latency-driven trading strategies come under increasing scrutiny across foreign exchange markets in recent years, Thomson Reuters today unveiled a mechanism for its
FX Spot Matching services that uses a randomization process that adds a ‘speedbump’ or intended delay, in order to help level the playing field for market participants.
The new addition was described as aimed at improving overall user trading experience from among the company’s FX Matching clients, and Thomson Reuters will launch the new approach in a production environment across three currency pairs in June, according to the press release.
“By reducing the emphasis on speed as ... (read more)