The human response time, on average, is about 215 milliseconds to register stimuli. That becomes the primary limiting factor in terms of how fast a person can manually trade on Velocity 2.0, Citi's high-speed foreign exchange (FX) trading platform.
Citi’s current high-frequency trading and information platform, version 1.9, has been around for 18 months, and the bank began working on Velocity 2.0 a year ago, according to Anil Prasad, global head of FX and local markets. “This is not the same as
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