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November 15, 2012

HFT curbs led to ‘healthier’ trading

Measures taken by one of the world’s largest currency trading platforms to curb the predatory practices of high-frequency traders have led to a healthier order book without damaging volumes, according to its chief executive.

“Gil Mandelzis, head of EBS, said on Tuesday the quality of trading on the venue had elevated in the seven weeks since it introduced the changes.”

 

 

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