BIS working group urges more communication with traders


Policymakers should develop contacts and maintain a strong dialogue with the high-frequency trading community in order to track developments and identify key policy issues in a timely fashion, a Bank for International Settlements (BIS) study group has said in a report published on Wednesday.

The paper, authored by a study group established by the BIS Markets Committee and chaired by Guy Debelle, an assistant governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, attempted to measure the impact of

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