J.P. Morgan conducted an online FX E-Trading survey to provide you with a snapshot of upcoming trends. Nearly 200 institutional FX traders participated in November 2016.
64% feel there are no major issues facing traders.
Of the remaining 36%, the most common issues are detailed below.
AVAILABILITY OF LIQUIDITY
GLOBAL POLITICAL UNCERTAINTY
GLOBAL ECONOMIC UNCERTAINTY
of trading volume is predicted to be through e-trading channels in 2017
are likely to use a mobile trading app in 2017
Net % of users planning to increase algo usage in 2017
North American traders are more likely than their EMEA and APAC counterparts to increase emerging markets and algo trading.
Click to trade
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36% use single dealer platforms only
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