BIS launches round-the-clock banking with Mexican dealing room

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The Bank for International Settlements launched its Mexico City-based dealing room on May 26, allowing it to provide banking services to central bank clients 24 hours a day.

The BIS already has trading rooms in Basel and Hong Kong. “Global financial markets and reserve managers’ demand for liquidity put a premium on the ability to deliver near 24-hour coverage of markets. I am confident our central bank customers, in the Americas and worldwide, will greatly benefit from this new facility,” said

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