RBA’s Debelle highlights risks attached to high-frequency trading


Guy Debelle, an assistant governor at the Reserve Bank of Australia, on Wednesday (October 12) said there was a risk that high-frequency trades were not being adequately monitored by prime brokers.

At the ACI High Frequency Trading Conference in Sydney, Australia, Debelle said: "High-frequency trading in foreign exchange is a rapidly evolving phenomenon. It is having a notable effect on the structure and functioning of the foreign exchange market. It is causing behavioural changes in other

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