High Frequency Traders Elbow Their Way Into the Currency MarketsBy
After scandal comes reluctant embrace of high-speed firms
Volume from nonbanks triples in 3 years to $199 billion a day
High-speed electronic market making, already widespread in stocks, is getting a grudging welcome from currency markets. They don’t have much choice.
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