Currency Trading Rises From Tokyo to New York on Policy JoltsBy and
U.K. volume boosted by 27% increase in dollar-yen trading
New York turnover climbed 10% in the six months through April
Currency trading rose in the six months through April across major global centers, from Tokyo to London to New York, as investors grappled with monetary-policy whiplash, surveys from central banks showed.
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