Survey says number of forex players may fall

A future with fewer players in the global foreign exchange market is the main finding of a new survey in a report by Chris Swann, former foreign exchange correspondent at the Financial Times. CentralBankNet takes a look at the main findings of the survey.

In the hyper-competitive world of foreign exchange, wafer-thin spreads that show no signs of widening coupled with considerable technology costs are the driving forces that will discourage and force out market players until there are "around ten

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