FX Markets Eye Data Latency

The availability of low-latency foreign exchange data is becoming an issue for trading firms as algorithmic and high-frequency trading becomes more commonly used in the FX markets.

"Latency is a massive trend this year, mostly stateside, and with some activity in Europe," said Aiyana Currie, director of e-commerce for fixed income, currencies and commodities at UBS, speaking on a panel at last week's FX Week USA conference in New York, adding that the bank is seeing some clients adopting special

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